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aruraeclipse 01-14-2010 09:15 PM

Treeless Saddle
 
Hello,
I was wondering if anyone has a treeless saddle, and how they like it? My horse rhiszo has a long back and gets hurt easily and its next to impossible to find the right fitting saddle. He almost has a tb build to him but qh like as well tried full qh bars semi, so I was looking into the treeless saddles and heard a lot of good things about them, provided with regular padding. Any advice is really helpful. Thank you so much, ps I know about rounding their back to strengthen it, but I think it leads back to the saddle because he doesn't quite get his feet under him like he should.
Thank you

RiosDad 01-23-2010 10:59 PM

Padrona on this forum is the expert on treeless saddles. Find her and PM her for great advice.

Be prepared to spend alot on a pad. |It is very important to the stability of the saddle.

She is on page 10 of this post. She posts a nice picture of her mare with a treeless saddle
Look it up and PM her. A nice knowledgable lady
http://www.horseforum.com/trail-ridi...-36855/page10/

kyna 01-24-2010 12:43 PM

I ride in treeless saddles and I love them! They are so comfortable.
They are sensation brand i think. It was hard to get used to them at first, it was kind of weird feeling but great as I do long 3 hour trail rides (or longer) all the time

justsambam08 01-24-2010 05:24 PM

The lady I bought my gelding from has a treeless saddle and LOVED it....and so did her cats, lol. You say he has a TB build does that mean that he has high withers? If thats true, then getting a build up pad might solve your problems. I have a TB with a QH barred barrel, but his withers are so high and narrow they fit right into the pommel of my western saddle. I rode him in one of those build up pads and it was so much more comfortable. I tried looking at his pictures to see, but couldn't make anything out.


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