Kimberley Outback Australian Saddle no Horn

From $420.75

x

Sometimes, manufacturers require that products be advertised only at their suggested prices. When we choose to sell these items for less, we display the sale price only in the cart. To see the price, click Add to Cart.

COLOR OUR PRICE
Brown

Select your product options above to view the stock and delivery information.

Black

Select your product options above to view the stock and delivery information.

Earn up to 421 Barn Bucks Points with purchase.
Frequently Bought Together:
x

Sometimes, manufacturers require that products be advertised only at their suggested prices. When we choose to sell these items for less, we display the sale price only in the cart. To see the price, click Add to Cart.

Product Summary:

Kimberley Outback Australian Saddle no Horn by Down Under Saddle Supply

The best selling Kimberley Economy Saddle by Down Under is a terrific value. This affordable Aussie saddle is lightweight, comfortable, and perfect for entry-level riders. With football-like hogprint leather flaps and skirts that contrast handsomely with the soft, smooth leather seat and poleys, this model is specially designed for safety and all-day comfort in the saddle.

Features:
  • Lighter and more compact than a Western saddle
  • Suspended seating system provides a hammock-like “give” and supreme rider comfort
  • Tough wood and steel tree
  • Natural seating position
  • Easy-to-turn leathers
  • Serge panels on saddle work best on horses with medium withers
  • Tree Length: 20"
  • Cantle/Seat Depth:  4 ½”
  • Kneepads: 4”
  • Stirrups: 2 ½”
  • Brass hardware: One dee ring and one bridge staple on each side of the pommel, 2 dee rings on each side of the cantle, and 1 fall-down staple behind each poly
  • Includes 32" Australian style Fleece girth, overgirth, stirrup leathers, and 4-bar brass stirrups
  • Use with an Australian style saddle pad
Item Specifications:
Sizes:
16"-19" Seat Size Medium Chamber Width (fits like Semi-Quarter Horse Bars)
16"-19" Seat Size Wide Chamber Width (fits like Full-Quarter Horse Bars)
 
Colors:
Black
Brown
 
Material:
Leather
 
Weight:
18 lbs (weight may vary based on seat sizes) 

Downloadable Resources

Product Reviews by Customers

Browse 5 questions and 5 answers
Hide answersShow all answers | Sort by
I have a quarter horse and she has a big barrel and is pretty wide so should i get the semi quarter horse bar or full quarter horse bar or how can i measure her to find out? I would also like to know a little about the saddle too. Thanks
Bert T on Dec 18, 2014
Best Answer: The gullet of a saddle is the part that spans the withers and spine of the horse. By some definitions, it extends the entire length of the saddle, but the measurable part is at the front. Australian saddles are built in three basic gullet sizes; narrow, medium and wide. When saddle retailers speaks of gullet size, they are actually referring to the distance between the bars of the tree beneath the pommel. The pommel is the swell at the front of the saddle where a horn might be attached.

Place the saddle on a stand or sawhorse. Looking from the front, you should be able to visually determine if it is narrow, medium or wide.

Use your ruler to measure across the front. Start about four to six inches from the top, or point, of the saddle pommel. Gullet widths range from about six inches, which is average, all the way up to 10 inches--usually designed for drafts and mules.

Place the saddle on your horse. There should be two to four finger-widths between the highest point inside the pommel and your horse's withers. If there is more, your horse needs a wider gullet; if less, it needs a narrower gullet.
Reply (1) · Report · Stacy MStaff on Jan 26, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (1)
gullet size on the 17 W ?
Bill P on May 8, 2017
Best Answer: Looking from the gullet at front –
Top of chamber area is 5” across at the top of the panels.
Bottom of the panels is 13” across (corresponds to tree point position).
Medium & wide chambers have the same measurements.
Difference between medium & wide is a steeper or flatter pitch.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on May 8, 2017
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
Saddle fitting template?
A shopper on Nov 3, 2016
Best Answer: Unfortunately we do not have a saddle fitting template.
Here is a link to the sizing guide provided by the Kimberley Company:
http://www.horse.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/AKA22-sizing.pdf
Or, you may wish to contact them directly at 1-800-395-8225.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Nov 18, 2016
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
I am going on a 100+ mile ride and need a durable lightweight saddle. I will be in all kinds of weather from snow to rain. What saddle would you recommend?
Melissa L on Feb 10, 2016
Best Answer: Unfortunately without knowing you or your horse I cannot make a recommendation. Please contact our Equine specialist line for more help.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Feb 15, 2016
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
can i return it if it doesn't fit well?
A shopper on Oct 29, 2014
Best Answer: please add this link to your address bar to review our return policy.

http://www.horse.com/CS/Returns.aspx
Reply · Report · Stacy MStaff on Oct 29, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)