Circle Y Flex2 Omaha Trail Saddle Reg
FLEX2® TREE TECHNOLOGY-FLEXIBLE FOR THE HORSE LIGHTWEIGHT FOR THE RIDER:
Flexible tree design conforms to a horse's back
Flex2 skirts have a shock absorbing neoprene filler for the horse and rider's comfort
The Circle Y Softee TM seat jockey and fender leather provides a "ready to ride" saddle to minimize rider's knee and ankle strain
The original Circle Y Flex2 saddles are built for fit, weight, and comfort
Improved Tunnel Skirt design
Black Grain Out Seat
13" Deep x 27" Long
3-1/4" Neck, 1-7/8" Cap
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I Have a very wide quarter horse, will this circle y flex2 saddle fit?
Best Answer: Circle Y offers multiple widths in the Flex II Saddle. Our core width are regular (fits traditional narrow QH), wide (fits traditional wide QH) and extra wide (fits oversized horses without much wither). If your horse is normal, then one of these three widths should fit.
Circle Y does offer a fitting service. If you want to take the time to send some measurements of your horses shoulders, we will suggest which tree width will work best. You can go to www.circley.com for directions.
Wondering about gullet width?
Best Answer: Regular tree gullet width is approximately 6 3/4".
How much does this saddle weigh?
Best Answer: The weight is approximately 28lbs.
what color is this saddle?
Best Answer: jeanne, it looks dark oil. this saddle comes in regular oil, walnut, black, and dark oil. the walnut has a red tint, where dark oil is a more like a chocolate brown as i've owned both colors in the past with various saddles i've bought that were circle y. i think the dark oil looks better.
is the tree made of wood or plastic?
Best Answer: Yes...Kinda. The swell and cantle are made of wood that is reinforced. The bars are a poly material that is two parts, high and low density. Low density in the bar tips to help relieve pressure for fit and easy movement for shoulders and hips. High density in the rock area. The high density keeps the saddle from over flexing in the twist of the tree.