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post #1 of 5 Old 02-26-2009, 04:00 PM Thread Starter
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Talking FS: 17" Wintec Pro-Jump & 19" Dressage

I have two English saddles for sale.

First, at a 17" Brown Wintec Pro-Jump saddle. This saddle is in excellent condition. It was only ridden in about a dozen times. It's just a little too flat for my young daughter to learn in. It comes with whatever gullet size you'd like, or I can include the full kit with measuring gauge for $35 more. The original Wintec saddle cover is with it as well. 48" kids/short Courbette half hole stirrup leathers are included with the price, but the 4.5" irons that are pictured on the saddle are NOT included.

So, for a bargain price of $450, you get saddle, leathers, cover, your choice of gullet size, and I'll even throw in a black & white plaid square saddle pad. If you want the full gullet kit, your price is $485.

More pictures: http://www.barbarasdomain.com/images/17wintec/

The Second saddle is a 19" Brown Dressage saddle. It is very nicely quality, Argentine made saddle. It has a MW to Wide tree, wool flocked panels that are gusseted in the back, and brass hardware. This is a VERY classy saddle! I got a lot of compliments on it from Dressage judges. It looks very good on dark bays/browns, palominos, red duns, light copper chestnuts/sorrels, red/strawberry roans, and red toned flea bitten grays.

I only used it one season, about 30-45 rides total. It's in excellent condition with just a few scratches on the seat from a barn kitty... They are barely noticable. The pommel is partially cut back and the front measures about the same as my wide Stubben AP saddle (31.5-32 cm). This would be a great saddle for a horse with broad shoulders and moderate to high withers.

Because of the cutback pommel and deep seat, this saddle does ride a bit on the small side. It fits more like an 18 to 18.5" Stubben AP. The flaps are not supper long. They fit me nicely and I have a 33" inseam with a moderate to long hip to knee length. The knee rolls are medium sized and put your leg in a good position. There are no thigh blocks.

This is a semi-custom saddle I ordered from a small shop, so there is no name brand on it. I'd put the quality the same as Collegiate or Ovation saddles. I paid $890 for this saddle new. I'm asking $500. I can include a pair of 5" regular fillis irons or 4 3/4" jointed fillis irons (black covers on the joints). I can also include a NEW black quilted square dressage pad.

More pictures: http://www.barbarasdomain.com/images/19dressage/

Shipping is included in the price of each saddles for those who live in the Southern part of the USA, around Arkansas (NM, CO, OK, MO, MS, LA, TX, TN, GA). Shipping to all other states is HALF (50%) of the ACTUAL shipping cost. PM or post your location for the shipping quote.

I need to sell one or both of these saddles to buy my daughter a new English saddle. She also needs a new western saddle ;). I will be posting her 13" gaming/barrel saddle shortly! I take Paypal, Google Checkout, or Check/Money Order. Checks will be held until cleared before sending the saddles. I am also happy to do Payments over 90 days with a $150 deposit.

I am willing to trade either saddle for a 17-17.5" AP saddle, medium wide or wide tree, in good condition. I'll be looking at European brands (Stubben, Passier, Crosby), or quality Argentine brands (Collegiate, Ovation, HDR). Just let me know what you have to trade.

I am also willing to let the Dressage saddle go out on trial. You pay shipping both ways and I hold a credit card number (will be authorized). CC number will be shredded once the saddle comes back. I have 100% positive feedback on eBay, so please don't hesitate to buy from me!
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post #2 of 5 Old 02-26-2009, 04:21 PM Thread Starter
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UPDATE! I made a mistake on the OP. The irons ARE included with the Wintec. So you get leathers and irons for that price.
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post #3 of 5 Old 02-28-2009, 12:27 AM Thread Starter
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Sale pending on the Wintec.
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post #4 of 5 Old 03-04-2009, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Wintec has SOLD!!

The Dressage saddle is still available.
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post #5 of 5 Old 03-05-2009, 05:31 PM Thread Starter
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SALE PENDING on the Dressage Saddle!!
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