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    12-02-2012, 08:43 AM
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Yearling
"Well-Built" brand synthetic English AP saddle?

Has ANYONE HEARD OF/OWNED this brand?

If so, (or even if not!), I've tried EVERY SEARCH ENGINE, saddle forum search, etc...and can find no info on these. Seller on CL wants $75 to basically get rid of a brand new black AP version (no girth/leathers/irons) but still basically right out
Of the box.

I'd like to buy it as it's my size & "could" fit a future horse, or can always donate to the horse rescue tack sale for their revenue if not...figure only way it ISN'T a win/win @ that price brand new is if I hear it's a total hunk of junk brand (am NOT EXPECTING PERFECTION for $75! Just won't buy if someone says theirs irreparably injured their horse due to a horrid tree manufacturing flaw/it fell apart in 3 rides/that sort of thing!)...

Thanks for any relevant info in advance!!
     
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    12-02-2012, 09:10 AM
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Yearling
Oops! Turns out the brand is actually called "Well Deal", though I had no additional luck finding that brand, either! Ugh.

Sorry for the misinformation!
     
    12-02-2012, 09:22 AM
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Showing
It's garbage.

If you're looking for a decent synthetic Bates, Wintec, and Thorowgood are the ones to look for.
     
    12-02-2012, 09:27 AM
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Well Built, Good Deal, Well Deal

Sounds like the old "Honest John's" Car Dealer Gimmick

I would avoid it at any price

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    12-02-2012, 09:43 AM
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Yearling
Was all of the sudden reminded of something which already had me "steering that direction" prior to reading your replies (though I most certainly appreciate them nonetheless)...

I went back and looked at the pics more closely, and MUCH unlike the synthetic Wintec 2000 AP I presently ride in and LOVE, THIS saddle appears, um, shiny(?) in the underportion, & only "leather-look" in the upper...kind of like cheap pleather! It's weird and no thanks!

I'm certainly not in any hurry to own a saddle, & while the size is correct for me, it'd be a small miracle if it was to fit any future lease horse. I am not against donating it to our tack sale, but if it's crap and won't bring any $$ there, I'd rather simply donate the $75 and be DONE with it.

Thanks again, y'all, for helping me see the error of my original thoughts--you guys ROCK!!!!
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    12-02-2012, 09:45 AM
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Yearling
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Originally Posted by SouthernTrailsGA    
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Well Built, Good Deal, Well Deal

Sounds like the old "Honest John's" Car Dealer Gimmick

I would avoid it at any price

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Had me completely "LOL", BTW...So funny...
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