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post #1 of 18 Old 01-28-2013, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
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double t gaited saddles?????

Looking for feedback on theses saddles. I know that they are not the best but I am looking for a training and spare saddle in the price range of these. Am mostly concerned with saddle/horse fit than cosmetic problem. Any help would be nice or suggestions for other decent saddles in the same price range.
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post #2 of 18 Old 01-28-2013, 06:31 PM
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I have seen tow of the same models fit totally different, no consistency

If you are looking for saddle in the price range of a double t , you can find great used saddle in a good brand for the same money

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No one is really putting out western saddles for the wide blocky TWH with gaited bars. The gaited saddles sold as wide, aren't. They may fit the narrower horses.
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Looking for feedback on theses saddles. I know that they are not the best but I am looking for a training and spare saddle in the price range of these. Am mostly concerned with saddle/horse fit than cosmetic problem. Any help would be nice or suggestions for other decent saddles in the same price range.
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Where are you from? I might have something that'd work for ya.
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I'd personally never go with Double T, they are not great saddles, most have horrible fit and fall apart. I'd look around for a good used saddle, although it may be used for your price range you can find an amazing quality saddle instead of TT.

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Dang. Good luck
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I am looking for a wide baited saddle. I am in Kansas. Where are you?
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I am looking for a wide baited saddle. I am in Kansas. Where are you?
I mean GAITED! Not baited!
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