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post #1 of 10 Old 04-25-2012, 08:31 PM Thread Starter
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Tooled english saddles!

By request of Allison Finch.. Anyone have any tooled ENGLISH saddles? Found a few on the internet.
This is my favorite-

Another favorite-

And some other tooled english saddles-

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post #2 of 10 Old 04-25-2012, 08:33 PM
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I like the second to last one the best!

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interesting. Just so long as the tooling isn't hiding the fact that it's a cheap quality "starter" saddle. Not saying all those are, though the first one gave me that impression. Did not look real close , though.
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I love the second one, I want the second one!
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I like the middle one too but I wonder if the Carolina Herrera comes with a handbag too?
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Lol, what's wrong with your saddle matching your purse?
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That's so pretty, it gives the saddle a little personality. I really like the first and last one. Though I wouldn't have CG tooled on.. some other letters.

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I love the second one, I want the second one!
I'm with you, wares! LOVE that second one!
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I'm not a fan. When I think of an english saddle, I'm thinking of a nice, smooth, supple leather. No tooling. LoL.

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