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    11-18-2009, 10:12 PM
  #1
Foal
Endurance type saddle

ONLY 1 YEAR OLD, lightly used. In excellent shape.

Had been used with a gaited horse (fox trotter).

INFO FROM THE MANUFACTURER: ROCKING R SADDLERY FOR SHADOWTREE (DISTRIBUTOR):

A really lightweight saddle with the benefit of flexible panels to fit all types of breeds, confirmations and also to accommodate growth.

Exceptionally higher quality leather and workmanship.

A moveable panel system to a specifically designed tree.

The rider has a comfort zone to go a 100 miles.

Allows conformational changes to occur in your horse. Not only in the young developing horse, but through the vigor’s of “getting in shape” and even adaptable to the conformational changes in our older animals.

Disperses the rider’s weight evenly along the horse's back, provides a means of “no restrictions in movement or growth” for our horses and mules, and give us close contact for riding is the goal already reached by Rocking R Saddlery.

A panel system that has been developed over the years and updated for today’s standards still remains true, the “System I”. Mounted directly to the tree with no rotating bolts or washers, which prevents any pressure points derived from the point of attachment. This panel allows for greater shoulder movement because the panel moves freely from one place and not a flexible panel bolt rotating around the attachment mounting. The term “System II” in the rear of the panel is mounted the same as the front but has a small slot that the panel can travel forward and back according to our weight in the saddle. This allows the panel to conform to all shapes and types of horses and mules backs when riders weight is place in the saddle.

•Lifetime Warranty on Tree (Hardwood Tree)

•Slick Fork Pommel

•Saddle Leather is top-quality, grade “A” Italian Leather

•Approx. Weight 15 lbs.

•Adjustable Hearth girth with Western Rigging

•Latigo & Girth Keepers

•Sys. I Mounting in Front/Sys. II Mounting in rear of Panel

•Padded Seat

•Completely open the length of the saddle (underneath)

•Leather Covered Flexible Panels with Memory Foam Inside

•Underside of panels are fleece lined

•Breastcollar ‘D’ rings & ring for a croupier

•Six Sets of Strings for tying

•Hardware: Stainless Steel
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    11-18-2009, 10:14 PM
  #2
Started
Can I see pics of it all around? And price?
     
    11-18-2009, 10:19 PM
  #3
Foal
Hi.

Here's another set of pictures. Let me know if you want more. I can take more tomorrow if needed. Let me know what specifics you'd like to see.

The price is $1,200 or best offer (make an offer!)

This saddle belongs to a client of mine. She used it for a Fox Trotter and she was given an Imus saddle and really liked the more "western" look to that new saddle, so she'd like to sell this one.

I've personally ridden in this saddle that's for sale, it's very comfy for me and for the horse. I've used it for the trail (steep hills) and it doesn't slide around.

If you'd like any more info, please let me know.
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    11-18-2009, 10:24 PM
  #4
Started
Would it be good for a high withered narrow lanky tb?
     
    11-18-2009, 10:48 PM
  #5
Foal
Because of the way the panels (what would be tree bars in a typical western saddle) are flexible and move with the horse and because the gullet is completely "cut out", so to speak"....

Yes, I believe it would be fine for your horse.

If you want to be more sure, measure your horse's back, tell me the measurements and I'll compare that to the saddle's measurements.....I'll also measure the saddle tomorrow to have the specific numbers, too.

Can you show a picture of your horse's back?
     
    11-18-2009, 10:54 PM
  #6
Started
Yeah look at my horses under jasper to see him
     
    11-18-2009, 11:08 PM
  #7
Foal
Cute horse!

I do still think the saddle would fit just fine.

Would you like to get the saddle shipped out to you for a trial period?

I can talk with the owner and we can work out some kind of arrangement.
     
    11-19-2009, 05:22 PM
  #8
Started
Maybe. I can't really afford it right now
     
    11-19-2009, 11:16 PM
  #9
Foal
Ah. Okay.
     
    11-20-2009, 11:01 AM
  #10
Started
Sorry. I just check my funds and really can't. Thanks for your time though
     

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