Pro-Trainer Platinum Zurich Saddle

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Product Summary:

Thornhill Pro-Trainer® Platinum Zurich™ Saddle

If you have Dom Perignon® taste, the Pro-Trainer® Platinum Zurich is for you!  Here are a few comments from Professionals riding and recommending the Zurich™:  “Zurich’s™ perfectly balanced tree encourages riders to sit into the seat without gripping or pinching.”

“The slightly forward flap position and soft padding allows the rider to select the best knee angle for their build.”

“Zurich’s™ close contact design and narrower twist allows the leg to fall away from the pelvis and drape the horse.”

Panels: wool stuffed.

10 year spring tree warranty.

Girthing: point and V billets for balanced girthing.

Features:

  • M fits Thoroughbreds, MW fits Thoroughbreds and Warmbloods, W fits Warmbloods and Crosses
  • Slightly forward cut of the flap allows riders legs to relax and fall naturally, not forcing the leg to drop straight from the hip.
  • Narrower twist.
  • Built on a warmblood (A) tree for horses with a more prominent wither.

Flap Lengths (regardless of tree width):

17” seat size – 15”
17.5” and 18” seat sizes – 15.5”
18.5” and 19” seat sizes – 16”

Product Reviews by Customers

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Hi: I have a horse who needs shoulder relief and I still need to sit right behind the withers, how does this saddle do for horses who have a problem with saddles that press on their scapula muscles and is the rider sitting in the correct spot? Thanks!
Janet L on Feb 3, 2014
Best Answer: Although I do appreciate your answer, the issue I have encountered is that the scapula muscle goes so far back if I placed a saddle beyond it, the billets would be on his belly.
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