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I've been debating selling my jumping saddle since I don't jump. =P I just have it because it fits us both and it came with the dressage saddle I bought. But I'm not sure what to price it at.

It's an older Stubben, but that's all I know about it. I bought it for $200 and paid $120 to get the billets replaced. I've used it maybe five times for the two years I've owned it. It's in great condition with very little wear and tear. I think it's a 17" seat with a medium tree.

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What type of stubben is it? It looks like a Wotan close contact...
I would say its probably worth around $300-$400...because it is definitely older...
 

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Unfortuntely, I really have no idea what model it is. I was told it was a jumping saddle, but that's basically all I know.
 

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i'm in the same boat, i've looked on e bay to conpair but have found nithing, have you taken it to a tack shop to see what they say?
 

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^ That's a great suggestion, but we don't have any english tack stores here. =P I'm in cowboy country!
 

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It's a Woton model, which was a favorite for Fox Hunters BITD. They're great All Purpose saddles for training, hacking/trails, and low cross country jumps. It's worth $400-500, but right now it would probably sell in the $300 range.
 

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Thank you luvs2ride! I appreciate your help and I'm glad that I know its name now.

Yeah, it's a great saddle Cecillia. It's so comfy, but I've always doubted its fit on my horse... Maybe you'll see it in a for sale thread here soon. :wink:
 
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