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Posted - 01/17/2014 :  05:21:24 AM  Show Profile Send BethAnn a Private Message  Reply with Quote
This spring I am going to start looking for a new saddle in the cheaper range. I love the deep seats of some westerns and my comfort saddle is everything I want in a saddle for me but pinches the withers in every horse I rode in it from arabians to my gypsy. It looks like an english with a deep seat, no skirting , english leathers and stirrups, and no horn. Want something similar but that will fit a gypsy pony and my clydesdale (who is a bit narrower than my gypsy). They are both young so will be going through lots of body changes.Any thoughts?

BethAnn Stewart

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Posted - 03/29/2017 :  06:57:22 AM  Show Profile  Visit Frank Somerville2's Homepage Send Frank Somerville2 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
for me deep sits are most comfortable.
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Posted - 04/19/2017 :  3:30:35 PM  Show Profile  Visit puddleplasher's Homepage Send puddleplasher a Private Message  Reply with Quote
You might look at various endurance saddles or English "trail" saddles for something with no horn, minimal skirting, but still a deep seat.

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Posted - 04/19/2017 :  4:42:00 PM  Show Profile  Visit barrelracer1163's Homepage Send barrelracer1163 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Do you happen to have a picture of the saddle? I would love to help you find a new saddle! I am a sales expert at Horse Saddle Shop! We also have templates online that help see what size tree fits your horse best.

Rachael, Sales Expert @ HorseSaddleShop.com
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