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post #1 of 11 Old 01-07-2011, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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English Saddle

My mom got this English saddle for me about a year ago, used, and I've hardly used it. We lost the girth when switching barns, so that would not be included. It's just been sitting in our garage for a few months since we've been trying to sell it. 16", hoping to get about $100 for it. These aren't the best pics, but if you would like more just let me know.





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post #2 of 11 Old 01-07-2011, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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Note: There are stirrups on it.. Not sure why it was moved in the first pic!
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What is the maker? Look under the flap or on the d ring rivets.
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I looked and didn't see one...
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No marks, anywhere? That's odd. It looks like a nice saddle. Surely there will be some young rider here who'll just be thrilled to have it.
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Not anything too noticable. I will look more tomorrow. I'm also going to try to remember to take more pics of it and my western saddle to put up.
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how big are the leg flaps? Do you know if it's an A/P saddle? And the size of the tree?


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hmm.. not sure :/ I don't really ride english, it's just for fun every now and then so I don't really know much about it
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hehe that's what i'd use it for. Do you think maybe you could measure the tree width? I know on my western saddle she uses a 7inch gullet. As long as it's around 6-8 i'm sure it will be fine. I'm just going to play around with it abit and get used to an english saddle, and jump a bit.


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Yeah that's what I've been doing. I lost our old girth a while back and I have one in the mail right now. Got tired of havin the saddle not selling and no girth to use it, haha. But yeah I'll measure it this weekend when I go to the barn if I remember :)
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