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Re: seeking saddle

>Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 06:40:58 -0700
>To: <>
>From: Sue Riegel <>
>Subject: Re: seeking saddle
>In-Reply-To: <>
>Linda, you might want to investigate the Boz saddle.  It's
>a flexible tree that appears to be short enough for short-backed
>horses.  Comes in several models.  There is a website so you
>can look at what he offers.  The saddles are made in
>California.....a bit pricey, but the quality looks really good.
>At 07:02 AM 5/27/98 -0400, you wrote:
>>I need to find a saddle that will fit my wide Arab, without bridging. Have
>>heard both pros and cons on Wintec, Ortho-flex, and Sport saddles. 
>>I have seen Tucker and Steele catalogs. Have heard of the Sharon Saare.
>> Anyone out there have some advice on what to get, or have one to sell that
>>I can try in the Virginia Beach, VA area? 
>>I am not limited to the above brands, am open to anything that will work
>>for us. I usually ride from 2 to 8 hours at a stretch.
Sue Riegel, So. Oregon
Peruvians and Keeshonden

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