Circle Y High Horse Lockhart Saddle

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Product Summary:

Circle Y High Horse Lockhart Saddle
New Lockhart Cordura Easy-Fit Trail saddle. Feature Cordura skirts and fenders for lighter weight. The Ralide flexible tree allows your horse freedom of movement. Adjustable position rigging. Padded seat. Cantle height 4" in regular width tree, 5" in wide tree. Ralide stirrups. Two sets of strings. Easy care fleece lined skirt. Nylon tie strap both sides.
Item Specifications:
  • Tree Ralide Medium or Wide
  • Cantle 4" or 5"
  • Hardware Stainless
  • Horn 3 1/4" neck; 1 7/8" cap
  • Skirt Size 12 1/2" D x 26" L
  • Weight 21 lbs
  • Seat Color Black Grainout
  • Saddle Color Brown (Tobac) or Black
  • Tooling Smooth
  • Rigging Adjustable Postion In-Skirt
  • Swell 12"
  • Gullet/Regular: 6 1/4", Gullet/Wide: 6 3/4"

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Using great sssaddlesimilar that fits my high wither horse. Hope this does as well
debra m on Aug 1, 2015
what seat size would be suggested if you are normally a 15.5? Go with a 16?
Emily M on Dec 18, 2014
Best Answer: I can't guarantee that a 16 would fit but if they don't have the 15.5 you are needing then going up would be recommended rather than going down.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Jan 20, 2015
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i have a paint horse with a wide back. what kind of saddle do you recomened?
Irene s on Nov 27, 2014
Best Answer: This sadle might work. But if you ride english go for another type.
Reply · Report · bob r on Dec 6, 2014
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