|Joe4d ||03-14-2013 07:19 PM |
well at least the saddle decision is over,
been through several different saddles, trying to find one I liked and fit Emma, fittng Bo also would be a bonus.
Was hesitant to sink alot of money as I am still in market sorta kinda for an Arabian or more likely Anglo or NSH, so wanted to wait.
Butt now both decisions are made.
I figured I would always own a Walking horse for party and social rides whther I get a more competitive endurance horse or not. But problem works itself out Now I am to broke to buy another horse. So Yippy Kie ay Miss Emma,
Got a new Tucker Gen 2 bayou plantation model, fits both my horses and OMG is it comfortable.
|Chevaux ||03-14-2013 08:30 PM |
That's not a bad looking saddle. What is the size and weight?
|Celeste ||03-14-2013 08:52 PM |
I was also going to ask about size and weight. Nice looking saddle Joe!
|Cacowgirl ||03-14-2013 09:29 PM |
Tuckers have a very good reputation-happy you found a good fit & that it's comfortable.
|TheOtherHorse ||03-15-2013 05:23 AM |
I LOVE them. You might find that it may fit an anglo or NSH... My friend has a Tucker River Plantation that fits my TBx really well, and of course it fits her own horse (Saddlebred). They do seem to fit a lot of horses. Soooo comfy for the rider too. I've always wanted one. Lucky you!
|Joe4d ||03-15-2013 05:34 AM |
the seat is 17.5 western measurement and seems to weigh less than my Australians, havent weighed them though.
|prairiewindlady ||03-16-2013 08:53 AM |
Love it! It looks super comfy:)
|phantomhorse13 ||03-16-2013 06:43 PM |
|gigem88 ||03-16-2013 07:06 PM |
Congrats on your new saddle!
|Dead Rabbit ||03-22-2013 11:10 PM |
now that youve ridden it. what do you think of it?
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