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post #1 of 5 Old 06-15-2013, 08:28 PM Thread Starter
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Gj Jedlicka saddles?

Today I did my once a month sweep of pawn shops for saddles and I found a saddle that was stamped Gj Jedlicka...not familiar with these saddles. Are they good? It looked older and they had it priced $125.

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post #2 of 5 Old 06-15-2013, 08:39 PM
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Never heard of them, but horse saddle shop had one they sold for 550.00

Looked like an older model

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Yeah, that's what it looked like except a little rougher, but still looked good. 15" seat, but the seat looked different, doesn't have that flower like pattern it was just leather.


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As long as the tree is not broken and no other major damage, 125.00 is a good price I think, as long as it fits you and your Horse


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That's a name I haven't heard of in years. As a kid when we'd drive down to Santa Barbara we would stop in. They probably have been out of the saddle making business for over 30 years. They did have a good reputation for solid good using saddles. They are more of a trendy upscale western store now.
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