Circle Y Goodnight Teton Trail Saddle Reg

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Product Summary:

Ridden by trainer, clinician and TV host Julie Goodnight-this round skirted saddle is ideal for trail riding. With the Flex2 tree technology, it conforms to the horse's back while providing rider weight distribution and is light weight. Skirt has a close contact design for precise cueing, the Tunnel Skirt design alleviates pressure on horse's spine, and Impact Foam seat with narrow twist and broad pocket provides all-day comfort. ErgoBalance stirrups and pre-twisted stirrup leathers reduce knee and ankle fatigue while promoting balanced riding.
Specifications for Julie Goodnight Teton Trail
Silver ESP Silver
Horn 2 1/4" Neck, 3" Cap
Swell 13"
Cantle 3 1/2"
Rigging 3-Way In-skirt
Tooling Leaf with border
Skirt 15" x 27" L
Gullet 6 1/4"

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How much does the Circle Y Goodnight Teton Trail Saddle Reg weigh?
Teddie B on Sep 17, 2014
Best Answer: Approximately 32 lbs.
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I am looking for a lightweight saddle, that is easy to lift on to a horse's back and could fit different horses in my barn. My horses are quarterhorses. What would you recommend?
A shopper on Jun 18, 2015
Best Answer: The Teton is indeed lighter weight than many saddles. Agreed, I was hoping it fit my three different quarter horses as well. I think two of the three feel well under that saddle. I suggest you take the time to borrow a trial saddle or keep it clean when it arrives to test it out well. You might also find the rise near the seat front is surprising and uncomfortable, as I have found.
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