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Date Posted: 14:12:17 07/26/09 Sun
Author: Kathleen
Subject: Treeless Saddles
In reply to: Rachel 's message, "Do treeless saddles work well for friesians?" on 22:12:59 07/17/08 Thu

I have an Ansur dressage treeless saddle that has worked quite well. I have switched to carriage driving so I'm not using it right now.

I never liked the blocking and padding of a traditional saddle so the close contact treeless felt very comfortable like a bareback pad with stirrups.

My trainer rode in it and he HATED it. Umm his parts got a bit beat up. :)

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