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post #1 of 3 Old 10-20-2011, 11:13 PM Thread Starter
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Trekker flex tree saddles?

SO what do people think about the trekker flex tree saddle? Are they comfy? Are they good for the horse? Looking to buy a second hand all purpose one but want to know other peoples thoughts.
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post #2 of 3 Old 10-21-2011, 02:02 AM
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I have the endurance saddle.


Extremely comfortable--definitely for the rider, and surely for the horse, as well.
Very adjustable--should fit virtually all people and horses.
High-quality craftsmanship.


I am used to riding primarily Western, but also English and bareback. But I feel like I am raised the most off the horse and have the least contact and "feel" with the Trekker.
I don't like the instability of the constantly-flexing treeless aspects. It makes me feel a bit insecure.
My personal preference is against dressage rigging, and the straps on mine are too wide to fit the typical Wintec girth, which I didn't know when I ordered it from the catalog.

Still, I would recommend the saddle if you like that sort of thing, as it's a very nice piece of equipment overall. I'd certainly suggest a few test rides first, though.
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