Wintec Pro Stock Swinging Fender Saddle CAIR

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Product Summary:

Wintec Pro Stock with Swinging Fender with CAIR


Venture outback in the first authentic Australian Stock Saddle to feature the very latest in saddle technology. This comfort seat model is ideal for long scenic rides, polo Crosse, riding young horses or for any rider who prefers extra security and comfort with the additional flexibility and closer contact of the swinging fender.  The EASY-CHANGE Fit Solution is exclusive to Bates and Wintec.  EASY-CHANGE Individual Gullets are available to purchase in the following sizes, Narrow, Medium Narrow, Medium, Medium Wide, Wide and Extra Wide.  Saddles arrive with a Medium gullet installed.  The EASY-CHANGE Riser System allows you to make adjustments within the saddle panel for the optimal balance and clearance.  EASY-CHANGE Risers are sold separately. 


·         CAIR Cushion System provides significant performance advantages in the way it uses air technology to distribute the rider’s weight and cushions your horse’s back

·         EASY-CHANGE Gullet System, select the optimal gullet width for the horse’s current shape and muscling

·         EASY-CHANGE Riser System, make adjustments within the saddles panel for the optimal balance and clearance

·         The Equi-Leather grip panel is an exceptionally head wearing synthetic material which has a smooth leather-look finish

·         Swinging Fenders

·         Poley pads

·         Leather girth points

·         Stock stirrup bar


Item Specifications:


Synthetic with leather

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
17 Black SLT900624 LG BLK WSTCPROSFXBLKL 9329100000002
17 Brown SLT900624 LG BRN WSTCPROSFXBRNL 9329100000002
16 Black SLT900624 MD BLK WSTCPROSFXBLKM 9329100000002
16 Brown SLT900624 MD BRN WSTCPROSFXBRNM 9329100000002
Additional Information:

Wintec Limited Warranty


Bates guarantees the Wintec range of saddles for a period of two years against faulty materials, or workmanship. Further, the Elastiflex tree in your saddle is guaranteed against breakage for the lifetime of the saddle deemed to be 10 years* (5 years for the Wintec Western saddle). The warranty on a Wintec saddle and its components are subject to use under normal conditions. The warranty card should be retained by the purchaser, along with the original receipt as the retailer will require it should warranty work be required. Saddles which require a repair under warranty should ideally be returned to the reseller from which they were purchased. Associated shipping costs are the owner’s responsibility.


If you are at all concerned that your saddle may be faulty in any way, please return the saddle to the reseller from which you purchased it, so they may assess your saddle. Should warranty work be required the reseller will require the warranty card along with the original purchase receipt. Associated transport costs are the owner’s responsibility.

Product Reviews by Customers

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Most comfortable saddle I have ever ridden in! Saddle is light and fits the horse nicely. I am using my dressage girth with this saddle since it has long billets. I highly recommend this saddle to those who are looking safety and comfort.
October 10, 2015
Have used this for over 2000 miles now in 3+ years of riding, different horses, still looking good
I bought this saddle a little over 3 years ago because I wanted something that was similar to my Wintec Isabelle Dressage saddle but had more security for trail riding. I need synthetic because am terrible about taking care of leather tack and hosing to knock off the mud is about as much as I will do.I love the poleys, they have saved me from flying off a cantering or trotting horse on the trail when they have spooked and jump sideways or put on the brakes. I like the swinging fenders far better than english stirrup leathers because they don't rub my legs during long rides.I am 5'2". Fenders were not short enough . To shorten the fenders, i removed the 2 copper rivets holding the fender together and reinforcement stitching. I cut off about 4 inches at the bottom strip where the copper rivets go. I punched 2 new holes in and put 2 new copper rivets in. Now adjusts and fits great. No need to cut any front fender. Took me 15 min. Saddle still looks great, horses love it.
July 29, 2013
Fenders have very little adjustment, very poor sup
I purchased this saddle a couple of months ago and found that the fenders were much too long for the medium size saddle. There is very little length adjustment in the leathers, and the fender itself is so large that shortening the leather webbing somehow will not work either (this is not straightforward as there is only a short part of the webbing that is reinforced with biothane to support holes for length adjustment). I checked online, and found several other purchasers of this saddle had the same issue. I worked with Stateline to find out if Wintec would help with this issue - and after 2 1/2 months of run around, was finally told nothing would be done... And at this point it was unclear whether I would receive a full refund for the saddle. Otherwise, the saddle is good. But keep in mind - unless you have long legs, the fenders on this saddle are likely not going to adjust to the length you need. In the end, I took the saddle to a saddlemaker, and he cut down the fender and shortened the loop webbing so I can adjust the fender to fit - done at my own cost and with Wintec / Stateline's assurance that the warranty on the saddle is now void. For the relatively high cost of this saddle - probably not worth it until Wintec addresses this issue.
September 7, 2012
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How do I know what size of saddle to buy? I ride in a 17.5" english saddle right now.
A shopper on Apr 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Weatherbeeta advises us the Medium is a 17-17.5" and the Large is a 17.5-18". Since Australian sizing runs approximately one inch smaller than comparable English saddles, you would probably need the Medium.
Hello, does this saddle fit a horse with a swayback?
babybear74 on Oct 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It can probably be adjusted to many horses with a swayback using the included CAIR® Cushion System
and Easy-Changeâ„¢ Gullet System, and possibly a specialized pad.
how well does it fit mules???
A shopper on Aug 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately this item is primarily meant to fit horses we cannot guarantee a fit on mules.
How long are the fenders of this saddle?
A shopper on May 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: flap length should be 19 inches
On April 2 I asked the question: "How do I know what size of saddle to buy? I ride in a 17.5 English saddle right now."
On April 6 your reply was: "Weatherbeeta advises us the Medium is a 17-17.5" and the Large is a 17.5-18". Since Australian sizing runs approximately one inch smaller than comparable English saddles, you would probably need the Medium."
As you have stated your reply it would seem to me that if the Australian saddle runs SMALLER in sizing than my 17.5" English saddle that I would need the LARGE Australian saddle not the MEDIUM. Has someone made a mistake here?
A shopper on Apr 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Our apologies, based on the information form Weatherbeeta, you would need the large.