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    04-09-2008, 09:17 PM
St. Lourdes and Thornhill brand

I am in the market for a new saddle, and two brands I have been looking at are Thornhill and St. Lourdes. Specifically, I am considering the St. Lourdes Bull, Joaquin Larrain, Milton and Tango models, and the Thornhill Berlin and Event. I've also looked at Duett Foxhunter and Presto saddles. If anyone has experience riding in any of these saddles, I would greatly appreciate your opinions!!!
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    07-16-2008, 04:21 PM
I have a Thornhill, it's not the event but the Pro Am but I love it, i've had it for 3yrs and it has withstood water and everything. It has yet to start wearing down and I have used it on so many different horses and it fits all of them wonderfully bc it actually adapts to their body shape. I've ridden in a lot of saddles including ones that are three times that price and I would still choose my Thornhill over all of them.
    07-16-2008, 04:26 PM
I'm a huge Thornhill fan and it does fit a wider range of horses!

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