This saddle is a great one to have on the trails; very comfortable (15" seat), lots of dee rings, and quality leather and workmanship. I used this saddle for only one month. I love this saddle, but it's just too heavy for a petite gal to lift on a 15.3 hand horse. This saddle sells new for $1885. Will let it go for $1100 - a good price for an amazing saddle.
Description from Colorado Saddlery:
Designed by professional outfitter, this saddle has the Colorado Association tree (rawhide), full-quarter bars, rawhide swells to stand up to rough country and the Colorado Saddlery 3-Way "Perfect Rig" allows you to set the saddle at the full, 7/8 or 3/4 position depending on the country. Rawhide wrapped breeching, crupper and accessory dees that are fastened into the tree for a perfect all around saddle!
Tree: The Colorado Association, Rawhide Covered
Bars: Full-Quarter bars (7" Gullet)
Cantle: 4 1/2", Rawhide Bound
Fork: 14" with Rope Strap
Horn: #4 Dally Post, Rawhide Bound
(3 1/2" High â€¢ 2 1/2" Cap)
Skirts: Fleece Lined, Rawhide wrapped breeching, crupper and accessory dees fastened into tree.
Flank Cincha: Heavy Skirting Leather
Cincha: 27 Strand Roper
Stirrup Leathers: 3" with Blevins Buckles
Stirrups: 2" Rawhide Visalias
Weight: 40 to 42 lbs. Fully Rigged