Two Saddles: 17" dressage saddle & 16" close contact

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    02-08-2012, 12:53 AM
Two Saddles: 17" dressage saddle & 16" close contact

Since discovering over the past couple of weeks that my horse doesn't enjoy dressage nearly as much as I had hoped, we're going to just do the hunter/jumpers and let the horse be happy about her job.

Anyway, right now I'm in the middle of a saddle selling friend essentially traded her Courbette Axxis for our trainer's Crosby XL, and I'm getting the Courbette. So now I have to pay our trainer back. Thus these need to goooo. :) Both are nice saddles, I just have no need for 3 saddles at once.

Dressage Saddle ~

This is a no-name. Which is surprising, because this is a very nice saddle to be a no-name. Regular tree, 17" seat. It's like new. It has a name plate on the back that has not been removed, and a couple of small dings on the cantle. That's it, it's otherwise perfect. Has billet holes for dressage or regular girth. It's super comfortable and put me in a great position. Leathers and irons come with it also. I also have two 28" dressage girths to throw in with this saddle for $20 more. Sending a white dressage pad with it free.

$300 without girths, $320 with girths

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Close Contact ~

This is a Kincade. It's well broken in but in great shape - cosmetically and otherwise. Most of the wear is on the flaps from the stirrup leathers. Measures as a 16", however, I usually use a 17" and I thought it WAS a 17" until tonight when I measured! No leathers or irons with this one.


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I can calculate shipping if you send me your zip code. :)
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    02-08-2012, 09:47 AM
Can you calc shipping on the dressage saddle to 21222? Thanks!!!
    02-08-2012, 12:54 PM
Priority mail looks like $33, or $21 for parcel post, and apparently I can get you a couple bucks off if I print the labels online, and Express mail I can get online for $60. You don't wanna know what express mail is in the post office... $153

But I paid $33 myself when it was shipped to me, so it all sounds right. Sometimes I don't trust my calculations on shipping, but I can always eat the difference or refund money. :)
    02-11-2012, 07:34 PM
Both are still available!

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