Wintec 500 All Purpose Saddle Flocked
Wintec® 500 All Purpose Flocked Saddle
Packed with comfort features for both horse and rider comfort in an easy care, waterproof design.
Generous channel and flat panels designed to fit a wide variety of horses
Deep, comfortable, well balanced seat and thick equisuede knee rolls facilitate a correct position for trail riding, flat work and jumping
Synthetic wool flocked panels
Features EASY-CHANGE™ Gullet System and includes Medium Gullet Plate
Easy Change Gullets and the NEW Riser System combine to give you the Easy Change Fit Solution - allowing you to custom fit your own saddle to your horse's changing shape.
Ergonomic stirrup bar is recessed to give you a seamless transition from your seat through your leg for ultra close contact
Adjustable/Removable FlexiBloc system allows you to choose the level of thigh support you need
Lightweight and easy to care for. Fully synthetic saddle just wipes clean and cannot be damaged by water.
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weigh 140 5- 3 size 10 pants what size set would i need?
Best Answer: Hello,
I have a 17 in. saddle, and it is very comfortable, not too snug at all. I have two other saddles, a 16 and a half inc. close contact and a 17 in dressage. They are fine too. I weigh 130 with my tall boots on and am 5' 7" tall. An 18 in. saddle might feel too loose and not give you enough control of your seat. Just a thought. Good luck.
Can you attack a breast collar to this saddle? What is the difference between this and the CAIR version?
this saddle photo does not show the billet straps. Are they long, as for dressage type girths, or shorter billets for a regular girth?
Best Answer: This saddle has the shorter billets.
Are the Wintec saddles not available in the 16 inch size?
Best Answer: Wintec saddles are available in 16.5", 17", 17.5" and 18".
Does anyone have any advice about what to do with a saddle plate? I had it on my old leather saddle and just bought this saddle, not sure if I can/how to put a name plate on this saddle
Best Answer: Usually saddle name plates are screwed into the back of the cantle. You probably have a brass plate? So you would need tiny brass screws. Be careful to center and level the plate before you attach it. You may even want a saddler to do it.