King Series Krypton Square Saddle

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Product Summary:

Built on a reinforced fiberglass tree, the gracious styling of the King Series Krypton Synthetic Western Saddle is sure to please. The tree is guaranteed for five years and the 3” cantle ensures a secure and comfortable ride. Features Cordura nylon synthetic skirts and fenders and handsome leather jockeys, pommel and cantle. Nylon tie straps, a reinforced stirrup bar, Blevins-style quick-change buckles, a back flank cinch, sliver billet slot and conchos, and a square skirt complete the package.
 
Features:
• Scratch-resistant Cordura skirts and fenders
• Handsome leather jockeys, pommel and cantle
• Nylon tie straps
• Reinforced stirrup bar
• Blevins-style quick-change buckles
• Back flank cinch
• Silver billet slot and conchos
• Square skirt
 
Item Specifications
  
Bars: Full Quarter Horse
Horn on 10 & 11" Pony: 2 1/2"
Horn on 13 & 14" Youth and Pony: 3"
Horn on 15 through 20": 3 1/2"
Cantle on 10 &11" Pony: 3 1/2"
Cantle on 13 & 14" Youth and Pony: 3 1/2"
Cantle on 15 through 20": 4 1/2"
Swell on 10 & 11" Pony: 9 12"
Swell on 13 & 14" Youth and Pony: 11"
Swell on 15, 16, 17": 12"
Swell on 18 & 19": 12 1/2"
Swell on 20": 13"
Gullet on 10 & 11" Pony: 6"
Gullet on 13 & 14 Youth and Pony, 15", 16", 17": 6 1/2"
Gullet on 18, 19, 20": 7"
Rigging: Drop D
Actual Weight: 14 lbs to 22 lbs depending on size

Product Reviews by Customers

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Excellent price for my size horse.
douglas h on Jun 28, 2014
Because I like the way the purple one looked and hope that it comes in the mail the way that it looks. ;)
XuXa D on Mar 11, 2014
bought one b4 and i loved it so i got another
CHELSEA J on Mar 13, 2014
What a great saddle for the grandkids! Keeps them balanced and secure with the suede seat. Light weight, easy to clean, and with a wide tree it fits my full sized horses just right, no pinching like some smaller saddles.
Denise M on Oct 22, 2013
Is the seat to this saddle very comfy so say it is and some say its not? My farm owns a saddle similar to this saddle and I love it and want my own but if the seats not comfy I don't want it.
Amber on Jan 15, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Amber,
Different people have different opinions on comfort. I am a large gal and can ride for 3 - 4 hours and the seat feels comfortable to me. I have not rode longer than that since I am just now getting back into riding after 25 years. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Everette H on Jan 15, 2014
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Does this come with stirrups?
Makenna O on Aug 23, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, you'll most likely want a more substantial girth than it comes with and don't use the back "bucking" strap.. I left my son's on, but don't use it.
Reply (1) · Report · Kimberly C on Aug 24, 2015
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Can you explain the seat size?
A shopper on Feb 26, 2015
Best Answer: I wanted size 14 for a young teenager and a small adult rider. The seat size is used for the riders comfort in saddle. But this size may not be good for the pony! So be careful. This saddle looks nice but is uncomfortable and sits high in the front(how it is made). I do not recommend
Reply · Report · PAIGE A on Feb 27, 2015
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is this full quarter horse bars?
Drew H on Oct 29, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, it is. I just bought the 10 inch for our small pony (10 hand), and it is a little too wide. I'm keeping it and making it work for us, since she's just a lead line pony and doesn't get ridden much. I think it would be ok for a larger pony.
Reply · Report · Stacie M on Oct 30, 2014
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Would this saddle work for my 14.1 hand gelding? He is my only horse and my step daughters have to use my huge 15" saddles or ride bareback.
Skylar M on Apr 18, 2015
Best Answer: This saddle had a 6 1/2" gullet which would be semi quarter horse bars. It depends on your horses build and back. It was a little big on our pony but we used a built up pad. It was too tight/narrow on our big foundation quarter horse.
Reply · Report · Kimberly M on Apr 18, 2015
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Is a 15 inch saddle going gullet going to be too little on a wide 16.3 hand thoroughbred?
A shopper on Jun 14, 2015
Best Answer: It shouldn't be as my son uses his saddle on both of our TN Walkers 16.3 gelding and our 17.2 mare.
Reply · Report · Kimberly C on Jun 14, 2015
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Do any Accessories come with this saddle?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2015
Best Answer: Nylon tie straps, a reinforced stirrup bar, Blevins-style quick-change buckles, a back flank cinch, sliver billet slot and conchos, and a square skirt complete the package.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Feb 25, 2015
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How much does the saddle weigh?
douglas h on Jun 26, 2014
Best Answer: The actual weight is 14 lbs to 22 lbs depending on size.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Mar 13, 2015
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what size saddle should I get for my thoroughbred who is 16 hands?
A shopper on Mar 9, 2015
Best Answer: For saddle sizing information, please visit our sister company, Horse.com (Link below)

http://www.horse.com/horse-articles/measuring-and-fitting-western-saddles/9843/#Horse
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Mar 9, 2015
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