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post #1 of 7 Old 02-27-2013, 09:03 PM Thread Starter
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Circle P saddle?

Hi I found this saddle. It's Circle P. Good quality? Or not?
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post #2 of 7 Old 02-27-2013, 09:19 PM
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They are about 500.00 brand new, so do not expect much

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They are about 500.00 brand new, so do not expect much

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All I want is a saddle for some light rides and stuff. The american saddlery saddles weigh 30 pounds. Isnt that a bit too heavy for a young horse?
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All I want is a saddle for some light rides and stuff. The american saddlery saddles weigh 30 pounds. Isnt that a bit too heavy for a young horse?
30 lbs or 20lbs for a saddle, I doubt your Horse will notice, especially if you are doing light riding.

10lbs may make a difference if you are going on a 8 hour endurance ride

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30 lbs or 20lbs for a saddle, I doubt your Horse will notice, especially if you are doing light riding.

10lbs may make a difference if you are going on a 8 hour endurance ride

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So... I should get the American Saddlery saddle?
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So... I should get the American Saddlery saddle?
If it were for myself, that would be my preference

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Weight doesn't matter so long as the saddle fits. The saddle I use on all my youngsters is about 40 pounds. None of them has complained about the weight.

As for which one you should get...I have no idea because I have no experience with either brand.

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