- - Cashel Saddles
|Georgery ||05-14-2013 01:10 AM |
Has anyone ever had or have any input on the quality of Cashel saddles?
|nvr2many ||05-14-2013 01:13 AM |
Sorry, should have thought before I typed.
|kitten_Val ||05-14-2013 09:38 AM |
Why do you want one? IMHO they are way overpriced + don't protect the horse's back (and very bulky too). If you want something "light" better get bareback non-slip pad with no stirrups. If you are not very balanced and/or your horse is not quiet enough I'd rather go with the usual saddle.
|nvr2many ||05-14-2013 10:39 AM |
^^ Ok, that is what I was going to say first because I thought they were the bareback type thing but then I realized that was a cordura soft saddle and maybe the op meant a regular saddle so I shut up, lol.
Which are we talking about. I am confused.
|kitten_Val ||05-14-2013 11:18 AM |
Yeah, I think you are correct, nm. Now after you said so I remember that Cashel makes "usual" saddles as well now (have to google it up though as it sits only on a back of my mind). I was referring to that "bareback" one that has been around for quite a long time, of course.
|nvr2many ||05-14-2013 01:55 PM |
Me too! LOL! That is why I had to retract my first post until I was sure. :lol:
|TackJack ||05-15-2013 03:19 PM |
I think the Cashel leather saddles are similar to the Circle Y leather saddles.
|SouthernTrails ||05-15-2013 03:32 PM |
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