|cheriemoldenhauer ||09-13-2011 12:52 PM |
Sharon Saare Endurance Saddle
Sharon Saare Endurance Saddle for sale, 15" seat cc tree in excellent condition. Very comfortable saddle. I also have a almost new woolback saddle pad and wool seat cover I will sell. Will ship for the cost of shipping. Located in Montana, US
|cheriemoldenhauer ||09-13-2011 12:58 PM |
sharon saare endurance saddle
Here are pictures of it.
|tinyliny ||09-13-2011 03:38 PM |
|cheriemoldenhauer ||09-13-2011 07:03 PM |
$600.00 for the saddle were you interested in the pad?
|tinyliny ||09-13-2011 07:06 PM |
I actually have a SS saddle of my own. It doesn't fit any horse that I ride, so will need to sell it. Nice saddle, though. Wish it did fit.
|cheriemoldenhauer ||09-13-2011 07:43 PM |
which tree do you have? it was the only saddle I could find that fit my mare.
|tinyliny ||09-13-2011 08:10 PM |
I think it's B? I'd have to look again. Too upright angle of tree fork, and a bit too narrow in the back. Maybe better for thbd type back?
|cheriemoldenhauer ||09-13-2011 09:19 PM |
I have a half arab mare, the double c fits her very well. The B is narrower then the double c.
|anndankev ||09-13-2011 09:45 PM |
I have a 16 inch F tree with horn model 272. I think they are really well made and very comfortable saddles, and if you can find one that fits your horse you will be really happy with it. Mine does not fit my current horse.
To the OP can you find and post a descriptive list of the tree sizes?
I think the D tree is most like FQH bars, but cannot find the list I had saved.
|cheriemoldenhauer ||09-13-2011 09:51 PM |
I have this about my saddle. I'm not finding the time to do endurance that's why I'm selling the saddle.
C Width Accommodates a wider backed horse, but still of the breed type . . . Just a thicker set. Used more on Arabs, Morgan's, and Tennessee Walkers.
The above trees work best on horses whose backs slope away from the spine. The following are for flatter backed horses.
CC Width Like the C tree, but better for horses that are flatter over the back and loin. Also good if horse is slightly sway backed or bunchy shouldered, or whose croup is higher than withers.
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