Abetta Gaited Comfort Trail Saddle


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Product Summary:

The Abetta Gaited Trail saddle is built on the same time-proven design as the original Abetta Nylon saddles but with an extra thick Super Cushion seat for sublime comfort.  Based upon the usage of the memory foam we suggest sizing up a full seat size.

TREE: Ralide
BARS: Gaited
GULLET: 6 1/2"CANTLE: 4"
HORN: 3 1/4" leather covered
RIGGING: 7/8 Nylon-Leather half breed with Stainless dees
SWELL: 12"
STIRRUPS: 2" Bell with no-slip tread.
SEAT: Super Cushion Memory Foam
Weight: 18 lbs.

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light weight
Alexandra H on Feb 9, 2015
Reviews on the internet. Price, quality.
Dawn T on Feb 15, 2014
My wife wanted a low maintenance saddle.
John P on Mar 2, 2014
Comfort and fit for horse
PAMELA S on Dec 4, 2013
I have a 15 hands quarterhorse. I'm looking at this saddle and like the looks of it. I tried one at a local store that was a 20537F description on it is SAD-Abetta Flex GA. I think it is the same one. Is it ok or does it make a difference that he is not a walking horse?
rivarat on Jul 18, 2016
Best Answer: The biggest difference between the gaited tree and the other trees is that the bars are a bit shorter in front to make sure the walking horses shoulders have full range of motion. There is a bit of a width difference as well but it's minor. I find the gaited trees to be preferable overall. If the general fit is good then I believe it's a benefit to have those bars cut back a little. We have a fox trotter & a quarter horse that use this particular saddle. I highly reccomend it.
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Is there a way to get the rings on the back of the saddle to tie a saddle bag and the front to attach a breast collar?
Bernice C on Aug 24, 2014
Best Answer: i just used screws and rings from the hardware store. i would make a pilot hole with a drill and just screw them in. works great and you can put them where you need them
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