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post #1 of 32 Old 03-11-2013, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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H&H saddlery?

Good? Bad? Anyone have some experience with that? thanks
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post #2 of 32 Old 03-11-2013, 06:40 PM
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For the money they are good, they are American Made at least


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I heard that these saddles have a fibreglass tree. What is wrong with that?
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I heard that these saddles have a fibreglass tree. What is wrong with that?
Most of them have Ralide Trees, often mistaken for Fiberglass

Nothing Wrong with Ralide, many people use Ralide, even the Big Name Companies.

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Re: the H&H saddle...for a saddle advertised that it had little use it seems to be a bit beat up reading the description. Personally, I'd pass on that one.
I prefer to see a saddle in person, unless I know exactly what the saddle is and have a guarantee on the condition. Just be careful.

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What about the other one? the one from Montana saddlery?
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What about the other one? the one from Montana saddlery?
Edit: Oops it is Montana Mountain Horse Saddle that is made by H&H

Something is wrong with the Montana Saddle, 200.00 for a new Saddle? I would avoid that one

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Re: the Montana Saddlery saddle
The return policy states the saddle cannot be used or placed on a horse in any way. Now, how in the world would you know if the thing fits the horse??? I'd steer clear of this also.
Good luck in your search for a saddle. Just be very careful. Shop locally if at all possible and only buy if it can be returned for improper fit for both you and the horse.

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Ok yeah, I know it's cheap but we dont have any nice saddles for sale near us. Why shouldnt it fit?
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