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Dressage Saddle 17" M tree David Stackhouse
Beautiful David Stackhouse Dressage saddle, made by David Stackhouse himself. Made in USA,not the Legado line made in Argentina. Orginally made for Karen O'Conner but David made the seat 17" instead of 18" and we were lucky enough to have the chance to purchase it. O'Conner team buttons under flap. This sadly does not fit my new young dutch warm blood. He is very very hard to fit, but saddle fit both my other horses. This is the most beautifully balanced saddle and wherever I go I get huge compliments on it. $2,500. Saddle is 3.5 years old and kept in mint condition. Stirrup leathers and stirrups included
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