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Re: [RC] [RC] Secure saddles - Maryben Stover

If you can find one that will fit your horse, you can't beat the Australian saddles.  Trust me I have ridden them all.  The next one that I like is the SR.  Both are pricy but are pretty much worth the price.  I had trouble with the poleys at first but you do get used to them pretty fast I found.  I loved both the saddles I had but thtey did not fit my horse.........mb

On 2/17/08, MaryBDVM@xxxxxxx <MaryBDVM@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Hell Everybody,
I've had a couple of major wrecks due to unplanned dismounts resulting in a lot of broken bones, long lay-ups, pain, aggravation etc. And, I hate to say it, but I'm jittery about getting on again now that my tail bone has finally healed-can't imagine landing on that again. I've been riding in a Bob Marshall treeless saddle or an English Steuban.  Can you recommend a good endurance saddle that will help me ride out the 180 spins a bit more securely? (Yes, I'm trying to sell this horse). Do sheepskins make it more or less unlikely that one stays in the saddle or does it have no effect?  They sure look comfortable.  Thanks for your help and opinions again.
Morrow, OH

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[RC] Secure saddles, MaryBDVM