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Date Posted: 21:11:27 10/10/11 Mon
Author: Dev
Subject: Giacomini Dressage Saddle
In reply to: Kathleen Carroll 's message, "Need Wide Giacomini or Lauriche dressage saddle" on 00:02:04 01/22/11 Sat

>Hi all, looking for a second wide J P Giacomini or
>Andy Foster Lauriche dressage sadddle for my second
>Friesian. Love these saddles and would greatly
>appreciate everyone's help to find another saddle in
>good condition. Thank you for your help!

Hi,

I found you online when I searched for Giacomini saddles. A close friend of mine has an older dressage saddle made by Giacomini and is looking to sell it. She purchased it new years ago and it was quite an investment. It is a light medium brown, measures 16-16.5” from pommel button to center seat edge. Not sure tree width. It was not used a lot and stored in the house but does show some scuffs etc due to simply being moved around some. Foam panels are in great shape and stitching is all good – no issues around the seat seams at all. There is some light crazing in the seat leather – it does not appear it would affect the integrity of the seat. Would you possibly have any interest in it? I’d be happy to take pictures for you.

I know the “fashion” is toward black dressage saddles, yet I realize this saddle would be quite desirable for a select few. Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a ton! Dev

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  • Lauriche dressage saddle -- Cheryl, 18:36:08 01/25/12 Wed

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