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post #1 of 8 Old 08-30-2010, 10:37 PM Thread Starter
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Talking 16.5" Collegiate Convertible Senior Event saddle!!

I'm selling my saddle, a Collegiate convertible Senior Event, for $825 OBO. It's a 2009, less than a year old, I just need a more close contact saddle and this is kind of a cross between a cc and an all purpose because the flaps are straighter and the seat is deeper than your typical cc.

I'm selling it with 2 gullets, the Medium (black) and the Medium-Wide (blue), but if those don't fit your horse, you can buy them at the tack shop for $10-20, that's the great thing about the gullet change system! :)

Excellent condition, no scratches on it! I need to get pics of just the saddle by itself and post on here, but here are some with me riding in it (sorry, it's all I have right now!!)




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post #2 of 8 Old 08-30-2010, 10:48 PM Thread Starter
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Forgot to mention -- shipping would be from area code 44321, or you can pick up if you prefer not to pay shipping! :)

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post #3 of 8 Old 09-02-2010, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
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Alright here are pics!! And I've decided to throw in the leathers AND irons, a Collegiate fleece navy blue saddle cover AND the new lowered price will be all that for just $799! :) PM me if interested!
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post #4 of 8 Old 01-01-2012, 11:23 AM Thread Starter
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Ok I know this is an old thread but I decided not to sell it when I originally posted this...now I changed my mind, as I need to go looking for a less deep seat jumping saddle for myself...so BUMP!!!!!!

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I also have a 16.5 for sale but I can't post it yet because im a FOAL :(

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Oh cool :)
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If you still have this saddle in the spring I would really be interested in it for my daughter. I don't know if the 16.5 would work for her , her older collegiate 16" A/P seems to fit in the seat but her legs are getting to long for the flaps. She is trying out another older Collegiate that is a 17.5 now but I really like the idea of the changeable gullet.

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If you still have this saddle in the spring I would really be interested in it for my daughter. I don't know if the 16.5 would work for her , her older collegiate 16" A/P seems to fit in the seat but her legs are getting to long for the flaps. She is trying out another older Collegiate that is a 17.5 now but I really like the idea of the changeable gullet.
I'll leave it on here until it sells just to keep you updated! I'm 5'1" and about 120 lbs and I still fit into it, the flaps just aren't forward enough for me to really raise my stirrups up for the bigger jumps

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