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HT4071336
17.5" Butet Flat Seat Hunter / Jumping Saddle
Tree: Medium / Regular tree is Butet's standard and is a straightforward medium. It does not fit as generously as a lot of the other French brands. Seat: Officially stamped 17 but definitely more of a 17 1/2" in how it sits and measures. Butet seats often run generously. Really, they are all over the place so taking note of these actual measurements are important. Flaps: A less forward cut, these 1L flaps are ideal for equitation and low hunters. They measure long for a slightly long leg position, at just over 14" from the stirrup bar down. This saddle does not have blocks, for closest contact. This is something easily added by a saddler if you buy the saddle and want blocks on it. For full details or to order a trial of this saddle copy and paste the following link into your browser window: http://www.fine-used-saddles.com/catalog.htm?Iit=1991&Ict=1
Status:Available
Saddle Type:English
Brand:Butet
Year:2000
New/Used:Used
Length:17.5
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 1,499
Location:Houston, TX 77084
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