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    07-09-2013, 10:50 PM
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Foal
Yeah, the only good brand I've heard of is DK saddles, but I just thought i'd see if there were any other ideas.
     
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    07-11-2013, 12:22 AM
  #12
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Rena    
Thanks guys! Ya I think I'm going to do it, she was started western so neck reining and all that is familiar to her luckily!! I will have a trainer helping me for sure, but I want to teach her without a trainer getting on, I'm doing it for my learning experiences as well! There is a trained reiner at our barn I could learn what its supposed to feel like on.

Do you guys know of any adjustable western saddle brands? Sorry I have so many questions!!
Good for you!

As for the saddle, I've never heard of a adjustable western saddle. I know of treeless western saddles and like what Toto said, they don't hold up well. Truthfully, you'd rather want to buy one with a tree because they distribute your weight a lot better than a treeless. But that may just be the cheaper-end saddles, I have had no experience riding in one but I've heard not so good results from them.

But if there is a adjustable tree western saddle, someone please tell me. I'd like to know, with a growing 3-year-old a saddle that doesn't adjust all that much can be a little challenging. Hehe.
     
    07-11-2013, 12:24 PM
  #13
Foal
DK saddles! I have their dressage saddles and know Danny personally and they're great. They came out with adjustable western saddles (with a tree) a while ago and I've always wanted one. They can be pricey tho :(
     

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