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post #11 of 12 Old 01-28-2011, 03:28 PM
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I looks like a jumping saddle in the first pic, but the other 2 look like all purpose, but i'm not sure! But i must comment on your "saddle stand" haha very creative!
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lol thanks Lonannuniel. It was the first thing I saw that could hold the saddle for a quick computer pic. My daughter didn't like the idea as much lol.

Barry thank you for all the facts about English saddles. Coming from a western back ground I know how essential saddle fit is. When I acquired the saddle I figured I would try it on my own horse to see if it fit, but it was free so I wasn't going to turn it down. Plus the horse I had been riding it on had a similar shape to my own horse. The girth did not fit and so it has been sitting in my tailor for almost 3 years now. I hope to get anouther horse within the next year and a half, one I can ride English and western unlike my current horse. If the saddle does not fit I will try to find a place I can swap saddles or buy a new and sell this one. The reason I ask what kind it is, is because it is so comfortable and I would want to get a similar saddle, but can't if I do not know what kind of saddle it is. Thank you again for all the info.

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