Kimberley Stock Saddle with Horn

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Product Summary:

You'll immediately experience the benefits of this affordable general purpose Aussie saddle. The 4 1/2 inch deep seat and 4
inch knee pads combined with its lightweight makes this saddle an ideal choice for the entry level rider. Quality smooth leather with no embossing gives the saddle an elegant look.
 
Features:
  • Weight: Approx. 22 lbs without fittings (larger seat sizes will weigh a little more).
  • Seat Depth: 4 1/2" Kneepads: 4"
  • Colors: Black or Brown
  • Seat Size: 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19 inch.
  • Panel Type: Serge 

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How do you measure to know what size Australian saddle to order?
savannah on Dec 15, 2016
Best Answer: Here is some information that may help. Please be aware this is general information and we cannot guarantee fit in advance.
If you do not have access to either a local tack shop or a friend's Australian saddle, there are some basic guidelines you can use to make sure you get the right size saddle for your size and body type. You will need to know your normal pants size. For instance, if you wear a ladies 4/6 and weigh less than 120 pounds, a 15-inch Australian saddle should fit you properly. Women who wear a 6/8 and weigh up to 140 pounds need a 16-inch seat size, while those who wear a 10/12 and weigh up to 160 pounds would be better off with a 17-inch Australian saddle. Ladies with a pants size of 14/16 who weigh up to 180 pounds need an 18-inch saddle.
The guidelines are similar for men, with a 28- to 32-inch pants size working out to a 15-inch seat, a 32- to 34-inch size to a 16-inch seat, a size of 34 to 36 inches to a 17-inch seat size, a 36- to 38-inch size equivalent to an 18-inch saddle and a 38- to 40-inch pant size needing a 19-inch saddle seat.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Dec 23, 2016
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Does this include girth and stirrups?
A shopper on Oct 3, 2015
Best Answer: Comes with Kimberly fleece girth and 4 bar stirrups.
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Oct 7, 2015
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For seat size, are you suppose to go up two sizes with an Australian saddle?
Brenda B on Apr 26, 2015
Best Answer: Australian seat sizes are typically about two inches larger than a Western saddle.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on May 1, 2015
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Saddle cinch question. I bought an older (5-10 yr?) Down Under Kimberly saddle I used (No girth). It looks exactly like the one your selling on your site with the horn. I am at a loss for what girth to buy. There are two parts to the girth. One part of the girth is a strap near front of the saddle flap and the second one near the back is a cinch. Which girth do I buy for this, I cannot find anything. I hope I can find something, it is a great saddle in perfect condition. Thanks for input. Mel
A shopper on Oct 9, 2014
Best Answer: we currently offer 2 potential girths that you may be interested that are also Down Under Kimberly products. Down Under Neoprene Australian Girth & Down Under Kimberley Australian Soft Girth
Reply · Report · Stacy MStaff on Oct 28, 2014
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