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gullet measurments
#1
I have been playing with the measuring tape and a couple of saddles I've had on the paint x I have been riding since August. The first saddle I measured was his wide wintec. I measured from edge to edge at the concho level and got 8 inches. I measured a used leather saddle that I tried on him briefly and again from edge to edge at concho level got 8 inch. Next I measured the wintec at about 1.5-2 inches below concho level I got 11 inch spread. On the leather saddle at about 1.5-2 inches below concho level I got 10 inches.

Does this mean the leather saddle is more narrow? Would this be a Regular bar equivant or a Semi? The pitch of bar on the leather saddle is more upright compared to the wintec. thanks for any info you knowledgeable folk can provide.
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#2
Hi Cayuse, measuring from the front can be a little inaccurate.
I would suggest measuring from the underneath portion of the bars (in the fleece on most saddles) - between the conchos for the gullet.

That should give you a little more accurate measurement for them.

Let me know if you need anything! support@horsesaddleshop.com
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#3
Check out this info on the saddleshop.

http://www.horsesaddleshop.com/western-s...sizes.html
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#4
I have tried them, and he is so winter fuzzy it is hard to tell which would fit. LOL. If I have a chance, I will try them again and take pics to post here. I have been meanign to do it for a while.
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