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Re: [RC] opinion on tucker saddles - Robin & Mary-Anne Dorchester

My husband bought a Tucker Endurance 2 years ago.  He absolutely loves it, says he won't ride in anything else.  His knees used to bother him when he rode but since the Tucker his knees feel good at the end of a ride.
The saddle is very well made, excellent craftsmanship and leather.  He has ridden in all sorts of weather, including rain, snow and hail and it is holding up nicely.
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Sent: Friday, January 02, 2004 2:33 PM
Subject: Re: [RC] opinion on tucker saddles

Hello! i have just traded in my crates gaited saddle for a tucker equitation endurance (to go with my new appy mare), and i am impressed so far. The leather is soft and handsom, as if pre-worn, the seat is extremely comfortable, and the trail stirrups are nice. I feel more comfortable in a dressage saddle in the arena but a lot sturdier in my tucker on the trail, espcially with the high back and australian horn! I have yet to get it wet though, but it fits my 15.0 mare like a glove: lots of space for her medium withers and shoulder rolling. Posting is also easy. I'm interested to hear what other people think!

Re: [RC] opinion on tucker saddles, Elkenchild