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HT330CF66
18"-18.5" Albion Platinum Ultima Genesis
Tree: Wide tree with the low head ("LH") option for horse with average to lower withers. This tree is adjustable via interchangeable head plates. An Albion fitter can change the tree width of this saddle to anything you need as you change horses or as your horse grows and changes. This size measures out as Albion's 315 though it is not stamped, to those familiar with Albion codespeak. Seat: 18" seat is moderately deep with a moderate twist and sits a little generous sizing-wise. It really tends more toward an 18.5". These newer Albions do often run large. Flaps: Normal position flaps are the average length for this saddle, measuring just under 17 1/2" from the stirrup bar down. 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=1993&Ict=1
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