I got the best Christmas present about 16 years ago. I love my Tucker. It is a western style Endurance. I don't see the exact saddle anymore, but mine has the endurance stirrups and fenders. I love the rigging because no need to a rear girth, I think its called an enduro rigging. The gel seat still holds up great! I have gained about 50 lbs since I got my saddle due to broken bones, but the saddle still fits my body and my 2 horses are now 20 and it fits them along with our other l0 horses. I recommend it to anyone that is interested in a saddle. My sisters now own a Tucker and today my niece rode my horse and saddle and fell in love with it. A-1 Company to deal with.
I bought two new saddles this last year and I really wanted a Tucker, they felt super comfy to me! However when I tried to fit them to my horses not one of the models fit, the tack shop owner said it was strange, the newest models seemed to have a different fit altogether. I was disappointed.
I hate that Tucker in TN did not send the registeration numbers to Tucker/Circle Y in TX so that they could continue to look up the info on the older model saddles. That's what impressed me, but now they have no way of knowing what my saddle actually is. They have changed their styles, etc. My sisters have encounted some fitting problems also, but have been able to return for a different saddle, but of course there is frt. chgs. I do love mine!
Hi Lucille! I'm a Tucker saddle owner/fan too. I've had mine several years, and it fits both horses well. I've been 8 hours in the saddle at times, and both me and the horse were comfortable and ready to go the next day.
I just purchased the matching breast collar for my saddle, and can't wait to try it out.
I'm looking into the tacky saddle pad that tucker has put out. Anyone seen or used one?
Give us a link. I'm interested. =D
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