Australian Outrider Stock Saddle

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Product Summary:

Australian Outrider Saddle without Horn
 
From the Australian OutriderCollection, this saddle is built for hours of riding perfect for trails or working ranches. Air Tunnel Comfort Tree reinforced knee pads 4" deep seat brass plated hardware and supple smooth leather with rose print detailing and contrasting dark leather seat and knee rolls.
 
Complete with fittings which includes one pair of fender style (shaped) stirrup leathers, one pair of brass four bar stirrup irons, one leather over girth, and one web girth, usually 34". This saddle comes with a 2-year tree warranty.
 
Features:
 
Tree: Air Tunnel Comfort Tree
Cantle: 3
Swell: 19" ear to ear
Gullet: 7
Rigging: Aussie
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Ronald M on Dec 8, 2015
I have a gaited horse and chose the no horn for steep mountain riding. The reviews were good on it.
DONNA L on Dec 13, 2013
How much does this saddle weigh?
jim k on Mar 11, 2015
Best Answer: Weight: 20 lbs
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Mar 12, 2015
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I'm wondering if this saddle would fit my short backed Saddlebred. He's got the body of an arabian, does this have a medium sized tree? Is it good for short backs? The longest he can take is an 18 inch English saddle.
Candra on Mar 30, 2014
Best Answer: Hi, I'm not sure if I can answer your questions, but I can give you the info I know. My husband uses this saddle on a very old Tennessee Walker (15H) with very high withers, average length back. The saddle measures 21 1/2 inches from the front most part to the back most part. Across the front under the tree where the cushioning starts to sit on the horse is 5 3/4 wide.
He says it is a very comfortable saddle for him.
I hope this helps somewhat. Good Luck.
Reply · Report · Deanna K on Apr 1, 2014
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Can anyone take a picture of how this saddle should be rigged? I purchased a used one online, and I am missing the girth. I do have the leather overgirth, and it has a D ring on one end, and hole punches on the other. Also attached to each side underneath are hole punched straps. Would appreciate a little guidance.
Mary S on Dec 31, 2013
Best Answer: Barbara - look carefully at this girth.

http://www.statelinetack.com/item/down-under-kimberley-australian-soft-girth/E000439/

The end with two buckles (on the left in the photo) goes on the off-side billet.

The end with two buckles and a strap (on the right in the photo) goes on the near side. Buckle the first billet to the girth just like a regular English saddle. The strap on the near side goes through the D-ring on the over girth, then back down through the buckle.

If this is still not helpful to you, check out videos on YouTube - they will illustrate the process nicely.
Reply · Report · Elle E on Jan 5, 2014
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what country makes your austrailian outrider saddle? what country makes the Kimberly brand austrailain saddle
trhoak on Jan 8, 2016
Best Answer: Both these brands have most of their saddles made in India.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jan 22, 2016
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Is this 17" aussie the equivalent of a 15" western?
A shopper on Oct 31, 2015
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