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post #1 of 7 Old 09-29-2010, 12:49 PM Thread Starter
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Question help!!!!

I have a Wintec Close Contact I love the Saddle but I am wanting a Dover Circuit Saddle.
I don't have my own horse and that's the reason I bought this wintec so I can use it on a variety of horses but I mainly ride one horse.

Should I keep my Wintec or sell it? And get a saddle I really love? Or keep my wintec and it fit a horse when I buy one or get a new saddle and end up possibly selling for another?

Ps can I buy new screws for the gullets? I don't have any screws left or don't know where they are.
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post #2 of 7 Old 09-29-2010, 01:31 PM
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I would keep the wintec until you get a horse.

There is no point in changing to a saddle with only one gullet when you are riding many different horses. That's why Wintecs are so great!

Are there no screws in the saddle? If not, you should get some ASAP. I don't know where to get them though...

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I would keep the wintec until you get a horse.

There is no point in changing to a saddle with only one gullet when you are riding many different horses. That's why Wintecs are so great!

Are there no screws in the saddle? If not, you should get some ASAP. I don't know where to get them though...
No that's not what I ment. I ment when I go to change the gullet could I use the same screws?
An so you know I don't ride many horses I only ride one but you are correct I should keep the wintec I may do this keep it and buy another saddle later
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Buying a new saddle when you don't own a horse could end up being a huge waste of money, especially if you do eventually buy one and it doesn't fit him/her.

I'd keep the Wintec, when do you get a horse you will probably be able to find the saddle you want for cheaper anyways.
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Buying a new saddle when you don't own a horse could end up being a huge waste of money, especially if you do eventually buy one and it doesn't fit him/her.

I'd keep the Wintec, when do you get a horse you will probably be able to find the saddle you want for cheaper anyways.
Yea I agree an did not think about that
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yes, you can use the same screws for all of the Wintec gullets

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yes, you can use the same screws for all of the Wintec gullets
Okay good then I can change it when I need to, the ones that are in now I can still use them
Awsomeness. I am using my saddle next week when I take my lesson on Cool.
I am probably going to start leasing him.
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