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    11-16-2010, 10:52 AM
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Reining Saddles-Which one?

I am having a tough time choosing. I like my current saddle, it fits my horse, but is too big for me! (it is a 17, and was brand new last spring, a Rocking R)

So, have been looking at the possibilities, which are endless, and a bit overwhelming. I think that I have narrowed the search to 2 or 3 possibles. I would like to know what you all think or know about any of them.

Saddle 1
15.5" 16" Supreme Reining Saddle by Crates Regular or Wide 4557
I have found it on another site with the cream leather seat, and, if it is still available I prefer the look of that, but how hard is it to keep looking good using every day?

Saddle 2
Dale Chavez Opportunity Reiner
Love the thought of a Chavez for this price. I have asked them for more info tho, since not much is here.

Saddle 3
RS Saddlery :: Huge Selection of Saddles For Sale!!!

If still available, another Chavez, but used.

Any input is appreciated-thanks so much! No Circle Y's-just not a fan.
     
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    12-15-2011, 10:19 PM
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Omg I live close to RS saddlery and they are a piece of sh**. There service is horrible. I was literally told to roll up my pants because I had mud on the bottom of my jeans. And it wasnt in a nice way!! I mean who do they think comes into a saddle shop, a man in a suit and tie??!?! I have been there several times to give them a try and it has not been pleasent at all..
     

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