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Allegany Renegade Endurance Saddle
Due to unforeseen health issues, I have made the hard decision to sell my Allegany Mountain Trail Saddle - their Renegade Endurance model. It has their upgraded Supracor 17" seat so it rides more like a 16" saddle. It has a slim pommel, wide Steele Tree size D with a 7" gullet. The saddle was custom made for me with all the upgrades in July of 2012. My health issues started soon after and I wasn't able to ride unless someone went with me so my riding was extremely curtailed.
The saddle has 2 latigo's on each corner for a total of 8. Horseshoe Stainless Steel hardware with beautiful carvings on the metal. D-Rings in the front and 2 bars on the back cantle to attach dang near anything to.
The saddle has barbed wire detailing, a black seat and russet color. I have two sets of stirrups for this saddle. Regular stirrups covered in leather and endurance stirrups that have been used all of 1 hour. It has always been kept inside and well taken care of. It is practically brand new.
I do have an Allegany Bridle with two sets of reins if someone wanted the entire set. The only reason I am selling this saddle is my health issue is a balance one - I now need a deep pocket to ride safely and that won't be for months and months due to back surgery last week.
Here is a picture on my horse and close up details too....you can see more pictures by going to TRAIL RIDING IN TEXAS: Bombproof Clinic Photos
Saddle new would be around $1,500. I am asking $1,100 for it. It is well worth it! It is practically brand new!! Check it out. Attachment 165113
You're keeping Biscuit? He's quite an attractive fellow.
Biscuit stays! I am hoping to fully recover from this surgery. I had severe spinal stenosis on T10 & T11 and some on T9. It is unusual to have it in the thoracic area from what I have learned. 5" long incision for a laminectomy. I am hoping in 3-6 months to be blazing trails with The Biscuit - just in a different deep pocket saddle so my butt doesn't fall out!!! If I come off of Biscuit my hubby will have a freaking cow so I want to make sure that NEVER happens.
bumping this up!!! This saddle is wonderful!
PMed you :)
bumping up - it is a wonderful saddle!!!
bumping it up!
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