Wintec Western Trail Saddle

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Product Summary:

Wintec Western Trail Saddle

Softer, closer contact seat padded with memory foam with comfort ride saddle tree, cut out fenders with EZ fold feature, wide trail stirrups, longer saddle tie strings and square skirt.  Synthetic saddle made of Duraleather.
Cantle: 3.5"
Gullet: 6.75" x 7.75"
Bars: Full Quarter Horse
Swell: 12.5"
Horn: 3" Neck, 2" Top
Rigging: 7/8 position
Skirt: 26.5” Long x 12” Deep
Weight: Approx. 28lbs

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I have a Wintec english saddle and it has held up for over five years now. My boyfriend is in need of a tough saddle for working cattle in the mountains. I thought a comfortable 'easy care' saddle would be best for him.
Melissa C on Aug 22, 2014
Looking for a comfy and light trail saddle which was also affordable!
Barbara E on Jan 23, 2014
Needed something lightweight
Tamara S on May 25, 2014
What is the skirt size, length?
Ashly H on Aug 25, 2014
Best Answer: The skirt is 26.5” Long x 12” Deep.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Mar 9, 2015
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Is this a wide tree saddle?
LCBLUZ on May 31, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, this is a Full Bars saddle (FQHB) so it will fit a wider horse. I use it on two different horses and use different padding for each horse as one horse is slightly less wide in her build. But, the basic tree design is Full Bars. The nice thing about this saddle for me is that the way the seat is designed it is VERY comfy and you have more contact with the horse than in the other Wintec All Around design (at least it is that way for me!). Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Barbara E on Jun 1, 2014
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What material is the tree?
Ian V on Mar 15, 2014
Best Answer: Ian, I LOVE this saddle and so does my mare! My understanding is that it is a synthetic tree, not wood. I have never heard any negatives about the trees used in the Wintec Western saddles.
Reply · Report · Barbara E on Apr 22, 2014
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I'm an English rider. How do I select a size for a Western saddle?
Mariyn S on Jul 29, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Marilyn - in our new therapeutic riding program (just got our 501c3 status approved last month!), we are using both English and Western tack, depending on the rider. We like using the English saddles better if possible, to use the closer contact to encourage better balance and sensory input. I purchased two 17 inch Wintec Western Trail Saddles from Stateline this year mainly for use with our larger riders. We have a couple gals who feel more comfortable in a Western, especially with their size. I just went out and measured my Wintec Dressage Pro saddle to double check, and it is a 17 1/2. I googled "measuring english and western saddles" just to be sure I was measuring correctly, as I am not an expert! The English and Western saddles are measured a bit differently. You might want to look at the pictures they show to better analyze the difference in the seats and the proper measuring technique. My 13 year old daughter who weighs about 150 pounds and is 5 feet 7 1/2 inches tall, is still able to use the 15 inch western saddle we got her 3 years ago when we bought her little 14.1 hand quarter horse. She is starting to feel like she is outgrowing it, but she can also use the 17 inch westerns we just bought, they are just a bit "roomy" for her. Right now I think ideal western size for her would be a 16 but we're not terribly fussy about that, more fussy about whether or not it fits the horse well especially since she is still growing. Better a little big on her than not big enough, I think. Your decision will depend on your size, and on your horse, but I hope this helps a little anyway! Good Luck - Dana
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EZ fold?
Alan W on Jan 16, 2015
Best Answer: EZ Fold Fender System allows the rider to easily self-shape the fenders.
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is this able to be embroidered?
A shopper on Aug 27, 2015
Best Answer: A business which specializes in personalization might be able to tell you otherwise, but no, this saddle is not able to be embroidered.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Aug 28, 2015
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