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Can anyone identify This saddle?
I am interested in purchasing this saddle from a distance relation of mine. Shes selling it for $250 (australian) and includes alot of extra tack they are chucking in including girth, bridles, reins, boots etc. They said they don't know what brand it is. Does it look familiar to anyone?? It is 18" Im also assuming that it is a synthetic saddle but is there a way to know for sure until it gets here?
I'm not sure if it's the same brand or anything, but it looks similar to this saddle package starter saddle (except for the lack of the two back rings below the seat): Economy English Starter Set - Horse.com . It might not be though, it looks a little nicer than the starter package.
Wow it does too! for a second i was almost convinced it was that saddle. Thanks for looking that up!
just had another look, the shapes look so similar as well by comparision..... hmmmmmmmmmm.
Maybe the saddle package saddle used to have rings like the one you posted, but now the newer ones don't? Not sure :p. It's hard to identify a saddle if there aren't any brand marks or writing on it.
potentially... which means it wouldnt be worth $250. But it does come with ALOT of extras eg float boots, bridle, reins, girth, stirrups and leathers, lunging cavesson, 2 halters, lambs wool breastplate, and a stockmans breastplate. I guess all this could add it up to $250 reasonably.
Definitely. If it were that much for just the saddle, I probably wouldn't go for it, but with all the other stuff included, I'd say it's a pretty good deal.
I beleive its a standard english/jumping saddle. Its the same type I use
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It's a cheap general purpose saddle. Not synthetic, but very low quality leather. I'm currently saving up to get myself a new one to replace my saddle like this.
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