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Horatio 07-22-2013 10:35 PM

*US* STUBBEN Status S close contact saddle-Used, 17"
 
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-A wonderfully sturdy and comfortable German saddle from Stubben. This is a used saddle, though does not have any remarkable nicks or scratches other than some wear and discoloration under the flap. I have tried to include as much of the saddle as possible in pictures- if you have any questions or would like to see a bit more of it, don't hesitate to ask!-


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Brand: Stubben
Color: Brown
Model:Status S
Saddle Size: Medium 17
Saddle Type: Jumping/Close Contact
Country of Manufacture: Germany

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-STUBBEN Status S Jump Saddle-
Stubben's most luxurious saddle to date.



"Dynamics and elegance, much appreciated in modern sport, are reflected in the appearance of the saddle. Its flexible and resilient seat with a narrow waist ensures comfort pounce, perfectly balances the rider allowing fixation of movements of the horse. Saddle Status S has a sophisticated, luxuriously finished interior. It was designed at a high technical level. The skin, which is sewn saddle Status S, has been tanned using vegetable preparations, which ensures its softness both outside the saddle as well as on the inside. All edges are completely sewn and invisible, and in the most sensitive areas are professionally made hand stitching. Fully integrated knee pads provide comfort and safety of the rider. The culmination of the exclusive form it represents a status S are beautiful sapphires framed in gold or silver threads saddle. The panels closely follow the line of the horseís back and the soft lines of the seat ensure optimal balance and support for the riderís aids."

A luxury German-made Stubben close contact saddle. Medium tree. Very well padded and 100% wool flocking built on a spring tree. A very hardy saddle- will last a lifetime, no question- and it has been used on many different shapes of horses. Quite comfortable with soft knee rolls. Perfect for hunters, jumpers, or just hacking out. May include Toulouse leathers if desired. Please contact me with any questions and I will be happy to answer to the best of my ability!

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I am thinking about 1350.00, we will discuss price and shipping. Would be willing to trade for the right jumping saddle!!

Horatio 08-03-2013 02:30 PM

BUMP, still available :)

Drom 08-21-2013 06:27 PM

Hello, If you still have the saddle I have a question. What is the letter marked after the serial number under the flap. That should provide the exact Stubben tree size for the Status S.
Thank you :-)

Horatio 08-21-2013 07:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Drom (Post 3421689)
Hello, If you still have the saddle I have a question. What is the letter marked after the serial number under the flap. That should provide the exact Stubben tree size for the Status S.
Thank you :-)

Hi there, yes it is still available. The letter after the serial number is D. Hope that is useful, stay in touch!
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Drom 08-21-2013 08:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Horatio (Post 3422025)
Hi there, yes it is still available. The letter after the serial number is D. Hope that is useful, stay in touch!
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Oh Ok thank you. Darn. That would be a Stubben 31 and my mare needs a 29 or 30 ( she's a little on the narrow side of medium) It's a lovely saddle, I hope it finds a good home. :-)

Horatio 08-26-2013 08:09 AM

That's too bad :( Good luck!!

Manda4076 09-24-2013 02:32 PM

Still for sale? What are you asking? I am trying to fit a Welsh Pony. What do you think of this saddle for lower level eventing?

Horatio 09-24-2013 06:41 PM

Hello- yes!
It could make a nice eventing saddle, it suited me well for jumpers and a bit of xc. The knee blocks are nice and secure, plus the forward flaps give a stable leg. Then again, it's total preference when it comes to jumping saddles (and proportions!). Asking around 1300. Let me know if you have any questions :)

franknbeans 09-24-2013 07:48 PM

Lovely. I miss my Stubben. Makes me wish I still rode HS.

Manda4076 09-25-2013 09:12 AM

I am in the process of selling my MINT Bates Next Generation Elevation DS +. Hoping it sells quick so I can take a serious look at this saddle. What's the story on the tree? Are these somewhat adjustable by saddle fitter? I have a Welsh Pony. What size horses has this saddle fit?


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