umm... unless your best friend in the world is going to sell you a saddle very cheaply, I doubt you are going to find anything quality for that price.
If it's something you are going to be using frequently, you are better off saving up and getting a quality saddle that fits both you and your horse.
Additionally, if you go the treeless route, the pad you choose to go under the saddle is extremely important. A good pad for a treeless saddle alone is more than you are willing to spend on the whole deal.
There is no joy equal to that found on the back of a horse.
Last edited by phantomhorse13; 07-11-2011 at 07:45 PM.