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  • Flexible ralide saddle
  • Big horn western saddle any good?

 
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    05-24-2008, 08:08 PM
  #1
Foal
Big Horn Western Saddle!!

I bought this saddle after trying to decide whether I
Wanted to go western or english. I have now decided
That I really want to do english riding, so have
Decided to sell my Big Horn Saddle. It is a really
Nice western saddle. I really did my research beore
Buying it, and this is a good one. It has a flexible
Tree, with Visco -Elastic memory foam to reduce spinal
Pressure. Fit my horse great, and I really liked it.
Very Comfortable!

Like New! Only Ridden in about 5 times total!

Retails for $899, but am selling for $495!!

Here is the description from the website:

Big Horn Ralide® Flexible Saddle

? Memory Foam Seat
? Flexible Ralide Tree
? 10-Year Tree Guarantee

If you?re looking for a lightweight saddle that will
Provide a comfortable ride even on long trail rides,
Then you have found your answer here. This saddle
Comes with seat padding that is made of Visco-Elastic
Memory foam, originally developed by NASA. This foam
Conforms to the body (redistributing body weight and
Reducing skin pressure by 50%), which greatly improves
Circulation, reduces spinal pressure, and provides
Comfort on long rides. This saddle comes with a
Specially designed flexible tree for even greater
Rider comfort. Smooth leather front, jockeys, and
Cantle binding. Cordura® nylon skirts, fenders and
Housings, breast collar dees. Star conchos with
Clipping dees for attaching saddle strings.

Color: Brown

Seat Size: 15"

Tree: Ralide Flexible; Bars: Quarter Horse

Horn: Height: 3-1/4?

Skirt: Length: 25-1/2?; Width: 12-1/2?

Stirrups: 5? Ralide with laced leather foot pad

Cantle: 4?

Rigging: 7/8 Double conventional, heavy Stainless
Steel dees

Weight: 23 lbs


Email for more info and pictures.
brittanytarpley@sbcglobal.net
     
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    05-30-2008, 08:16 AM
  #2
Weanling
I almost had a buyer for you but she wants a synthetic one :(
     
    05-30-2008, 08:18 AM
  #3
Started
Wow! Awesome!
     
    05-30-2008, 12:13 PM
  #4
Foal
Thanks, but it is mostly synthetic. I can send you pictures if you want so you can send them to your friend.

Just let me know.
     

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