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    11-24-2011, 12:56 AM
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Yearling
Thoughts on the Lexington Legacy English Saddle ???

I saw happened to stumble upon this and now I'm falling in love with this saddle haah!

I'm planning on selling my old saddle, it's too big, not my color, and too uncomfortable in my opinion....and this saddle is the exact color I want, right size, has the square seat I'm looking for <3<3<3<3 and it also has a narrow/medium tree......really hoping it will fit on Cowboy...if not then back to the drawing boards....or get it anyways and use it on magic EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! Hahah. :)

ANYWAYS. As you can tell I'm so excited to tell you about this saddle lol. :)

Does anyone have experiences with the Legacy brand? (or maybe it's Lexington lol)

Is this saddle worth this much money?

I plan on jumping a lot, mostly hunters, maybe cross country who knows lol. Not so much flat work unless I do flat classes..

Here's the ad. Please let me know what you think this saddle will be worth. I've already emailed the owner asking if it's still for sale, and if it would be coming with leathers and irons... THANK YOU :)

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    11-24-2011, 01:00 AM
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Yearling
Ooops...this should really be in the thread below it...the reviews.. T_T
     

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