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Re: Synthetic saddle with adjustable tree

Try the THORNHILL Model 123 Endurance Saddle!

I've had mine over a year and love it. $595 net.
At least eight people purchased one after seeing mine.

It's comfortable, cut forward for jumping, and has lots of D-RINGS.

John and Meshack (Vermont Equestrian Activities)

-----Original Message-----
From: Sarah McIntosh <>
To: '' <>
Date: Friday, May 07, 1999 1:17 PM
Subject: RC: Synthetic saddle with adjustable tree

>I found a used English dressage saddle with an adjustable tree.  Has anyone
>used these??  Does adjustable tree have any real value or is it hokey?  I
>have a new Arab mare, the one that I was asking you all about.  She is
>doing great, but my Abetta synthetic endurance saddle is too wide in the
>front for her.   WAHHHHH.  The Abetta is a semi-quarterhorse bars FYI.  I
>was also thinking of looking for an Aussie saddle.  Are they narrower in
>the tree than Western saddles?  The main reason i hesitate to go English is
>last of D's to attach things.
>Any ideas out there????
>Sarah & Saffire (I like my new mom and my new career!!!)
>Ridecamp is a service of Endurance Net,
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