$ 1,700

SOLD: Frank Baines Elegance Dressage 18in Med Tree

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  • SOLD: Frank Baines Elegance Dressage 18in Med Tree

Frank Baines Elegance Dressage saddle, impeccably kept - not a single rub or scratch to be found. Wool-flocked, gusseted panels with V-billets which distributes the saddle more evenly along the horses' back, and helps to eliminate pressure points. Moderate knee block and deep seat give you security without restriction. Tree is a generous medium (closer to a med-wide) tree, 18 inch seat. Well-stitched and solid construction throughout. No fittings, comes with original dust cover.

These saddles retail for more than $3,000. Asking $1,800.
Status:Pending
Saddle Type:English
Brand:Frank Baines
New/Used:Used
Length:18
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 1,700
Location:Fall City, 98024
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