- - Cutting Saddles
|CowgirlHannah ||02-26-2012 01:30 AM |
I want to buy a really nice cutting saddle in the near future. Looking for some really nice brands. If anyone could give some that would be great.
is your horse high withered or mullet backed?
|cowgirlnay ||05-23-2012 01:57 PM |
Mine is a Star of Texas and I really like it...Piland makes some very nice cutting saddles as well. I'm not an expert but those are the ones I've liked so far!
you're right cowgirl.i've got a piland and it fits most of the horses in my barn.
|Stillstandin ||05-23-2012 02:22 PM |
I purchased a Roo Hide this year as did three of my friends/team mates. We are all extremely happy with how they fit the horses and us. Despite what looks like a very slick seat they really seem to suck you into the saddle.
|KarrotKreek ||05-23-2012 02:24 PM |
Roo-Hide and Bob's Custom Saddles are good choices that hold their value.
|NicoleS11 ||05-30-2012 10:40 AM |
I like the Roo Hides but the seat was to wide for me and my once broken hip and it made me sore. I just purchased a Pro Cutter and couldnt be happier. Also ride in alot of Vic Bennets who is a saddle builder up in Canada and they are very nice saddles.
Bobs are also great saddles. Id love to try a Jeff Smith as well.
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