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        10-13-2013, 07:48 PM
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    Originally Posted by MikeTucson    
    Ok, since we need Wide trees we decided to go with a Circle Y Arkansas Trail Gaiter and a Tucker Black Mountain gaited (Both on sale at Horse Saddle Shop). The Circle Y is for our Rocky Mountain and the Tucker is for the Kentucky Mountain.
    When I bought my circle Y it didn't have enough clearance at the withers. Needed a Wide tree but made it sit lower and not enough clearance. They said they didn't have a saddle that would work.
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        10-13-2013, 09:17 PM
    Well, the Circle Y is for a mutton wither Rocky. The Tucker is for the Kentucky that has some withers. I am hoping the gullet is tall enough, the Trail Gaiter had enough space on the Kentucky (barely - 2 tight fingers). Hopefully the Tucker is at least that much. I should know tomorrow the lead time for the saddles (hoping quick).
        10-13-2013, 09:22 PM
    I ride a TWH and use a Tucker Saddle. I tired other "gaited saddles" and nothing compared to it. I have seen other gaited riders spend double what I did because they were told they had to have a special gaited saddle. You need one that fits your horse.

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