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[RC] Gaston Mercier Saddle - Pvan19

 
I have extra large trees on both my saddles - one for a very big (fat for the moment ) arab mare and one for my smaller arab which has a very wide strong back - no problem
 
I perfectly agree with you - very important to try saddle and not just for one hour! One person's dream saddle is another person's nightmare...
 
Pauline
 
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From: Laney Humphrey <laneyhh@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [RC]   Gaston Mercier Saddle


I don't know much about the saddle but I have visited the website
several times.  My sense is that the saddles are built for narrow or, at
best, medium width, horses.  I'd have a serious talk with the company
rep and demo a saddle for long enough to make sure it really fits before
committing to buying one.  Better safe than sorry!
Laney

Ridecamp Guest wrote:
> Please Reply to: lucie Hess appalucie@xxxxxxx or ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> ==========================================
>
> I need a new saddle, my Orthoflex just didn't do
> Buddy, my very large and wide gaited appy gelding, any
> good.  I have looked at and sat in and drooled over
> the Gaston Mercier saddle for the last couple of
> years, starting when I was in France for the WEC. I
> sat in one again at the Convention in San Antonio, and
> I'm tempted. So, I'm really interested in this saddle,
> but want more info. from owners of this saddle and
> their experience with this saddle.  Should I or
> shouldn't I?