King Series Jacksonville Trail Saddle Reg

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Product Summary:

King Series Jacksonville Trail Saddle Regular Tree

From the original King Series. Western styling with a flair of the "Old" West featuring a rawhide covered fiberglass tree. Designed for security and rugged use on the trails or for pleasure. Tough-1 quick change buckles, neoprene in skirts, suede seat, Featuring padded leather cover stirrups, and Texas Star conchos. 


•TREE: Rawhide Covered Fiberglass Regular
•BARS: Full Quarter
•SWELL: 13½"
•GULLET: 6½"
•HORN: 3"
•CANTLE: 4¼"
•SKIRT: 26½" x 28"
•RIGGING: In Skirt, 3-Way.
•WEIGHT: 27lbs.

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good saddle, good price, it was recommed by a friend, and after using I agree
Randolph C on May 4, 2014
David G on Feb 1, 2014
What size should I get? I'm looking into horses and before I purchase a horse I want to have gear for it. Thanks! Also any other suggestions for tackle?
Hayden R on Jul 16, 2014
Best Answer: I got a 16 inch and I am 5' & 120 lb. There is enough room for me and a friend about my size to be squished in the saddle so if you ever have to double, it is possible for two smaller people. It is roomy for just myself but very comfortable none the less. (It's nice to have extra room). A 15" and 16" are pretty average saddle sizes. If you think you need something bigger due to the size of the riders, I'd go with an 18". If you buy a horse, as far as tack absolutely need a saddle, blanket or two, bridle with a bit and reins, and I suggest a halter a lead rope in order to lead your horse around without the bit. But don't forget other necessities for your horse like a grooming kit and fly spray and things like that that don't qualify as tack.
Reply · Report · Sydney E on Jul 17, 2014
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How short can the stirrups be adjusted?
Kathy B on May 8, 2014
Best Answer: They can go up pretty high. I wish I had seen this before I left the barn; I could have given you a more accurate answer. Its a very nice saddle; however, two days after I bought it the horn became very loose. Other than that its a wonderful and comfortable saddle.
Reply · Report · Carol L on May 8, 2014
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what kind of tree does it have and how long are the bars on the 18" seat?
A shopper on Feb 8, 2015
Best Answer: •SEAT: 13"- 20", suede.
•TREE: Rawhide Covered Fiberglass.
•BARS: Full Quarter
•SWELL: 13½"
•HORN: 3½"
•CANTLE: 4¼"
•SKIRT: 26½" x 28"
•RIGGING: In Skirt, 3-Way.
•WEIGHT: 27lbs.
•COLOR: Dark Oil, or Black.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Feb 13, 2015
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how long are the bars on an 18 inch seat?
sylvia w on Mar 14, 2015
Best Answer: Western bars are typically around 24” in length, for a 18" seat the bars may be a bit longer.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Mar 17, 2015
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Would a 15" be big enough for someone between 135 lbs. 5'2" and someone 180 lbs. 5'9" ?
Linda W on Jul 24, 2015
Best Answer: General rules-of-thumb on seat sizes is as follows:

Youth 12"- 13" seat
Small Adult 14" seat
Average Adult 15" seat
Large Adult 16" seat
Extra Large Adult 17" seat
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Jul 27, 2015
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