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Cliff Barnsby Cirrus II 16 1/2″-17” Seat Wide Tree $499  Reduced $449!

#AnMa-01 Cliff Barnsby saddles are known for their lovely leather. They are also popular for fitting higher withered horses.  This one is in good condition.  The leather on the seat is water marked and mottled, but still in good shape.  All of the seams are good.  Although stamped as a 17″ seat, it actually measures closer to a 16 1/2″.  The wide tree is 5″.  The flap measures 14″ from the stirrup bar to the longest point.  The billets look good.  There are front blocks for a little added security in the saddle.  This saddle is very comfortable and retails around $1800.

CWD  SE01  17” Seat  Regular 2L Flaps  5″ Wide Tree $1999

#AS-01 This CWD is the SE01 flat seat (but rides more like a half deep).  It is a 2007 in great condition.  The leather on the seat is has some mottling/water marks, but is otherwise in very good condition with all of the seams secure.  The 17″ seat measures as a tight 17.  The wide tree is 5″ from felt dot to felt dot.  The flap measures 13 1/2″ from the stirrup bar to the longest point.  The billets look good.  There are front and rear blocks for a added security in the saddle and to keep the leg still.  These saddles have integrated panels for less leather under the flap, which in turn gives the rider a closer feel of the horse.  For the horse, the wide panels are concave and integrated for better distribution of the saddle’s pressure on the horse’s back.  There are 2 small holes on the back of the cantle ready for a new name plate! This saddle retails around $5,000.

Devoucoux Biarritz  17″  Regular 4 1/4″ Tree  Regular Flaps  $2099

#EB-19   The Devoucoux Biarritz is known for it’s comfort…and this one won’t disappoint you.  The leather is buttery soft, and appears to be all calfskin. It’s in great condition with some minor water marks and motting.  All of the seams are secure.  The seat measures as a tight 17″ and the regular tree measures 4 1/4″ dot to dot under the pommel.  The flap measures 13 1/2″ from the stirrup bar to the longest point.  The billets look good and there is a picture of the serial number.  There are front and rear blocks for a  added security and to help keep your leg still in the saddle.  This 2008 saddle, made in France, is very comfortable and retails new around $6000.

Antares Calfskin Saddle 2007  17” Seat  Slightly Shorter 2 Flap   Medium Tree  $2100  Price Reduction! $1949

#ABi-01   This lovely 2007 Antares is done entirely in buttery soft calfskin.  The seat measures a true 17″ and is slightly wider for added comfort.  The #2 flaps measure 13″  from stirrup bar to the longest point of the flap.  The cording/stitching is loose at the very bottom of both flaps….not uncommon with wear and something that in no way affects the integrity of the saddle.  Both original Antares billet guards are in place (unusual for a used saddle).  There are both knee and thigh blocks for added security in the saddle.  The medium tree measures about 4 1/4″ dot to dot under the pommel.  The leather is in great condition with just a few small areas of crackling.  The serial number on this saddle is 2L 17  MG20 AG5  462 07. Pick this one up for a fraction of the $5000+ price tag to buy it new.

Stackhouse Saddle  17”  Generous Medium/Regular 4 1/2″ Tree  Regular Flaps $1599  REDUCED $1199

#ANM-01   This Stackhouse saddle is well made and in great condition.  These saddles are completely hand crafted in North Carolina with an emphasis on quality.  All of the leather is cut by hand and tacks, screws and hand stitching ensure that the saddle will withstand the rigors of many years of use.  They are known for creating a centered and balanced ride.  The seat on this one measures a true 17″ and is slightly wider for added comfort.  The flaps measure 13 3/4″  from stirrup bar to the longest point of the flap.  The leather appears to be in great condition, with some moderate spider crackling on the knee rolls (not unusual for a used saddle and in no way affecting the integrity of the leather).  Both original billet guards are in place (unusual for a used saddle).  There are knee blocks for added security in the saddle.  The generous medium tree measures about 4 1/2″ dot to dot under the pommel.   The serial number on this saddle is 9  01  9 (believed to be a 2001 model).      ~ This is the first Stackhouse saddle I have consigned, and I have to say, I am impressed with the quality of the leather and workmanship.  I would not hesitate to buy this one.

Courbette Alpina Saddle  17” Seat   Regular Flap  Generous Regular 4 1/2″ Tree   $499  Reduced $449

#CH-01   This saddle is a great value at $499.  The seat measures a true 17″ and is slightly wider for added comfort.  The flaps measure 14″  from stirrup bar to the longest point of the flap.   Both original  billet guards are in place (unusual for a used saddle).  There are knee  blocks for added security in the saddle.  The generous regular tree measures 4 1/2″ dot to dot under the pommel…a great size to fit a variety of horses and ponies.  The tree is a Lemetex Spring tree that is has self adjusting points and the underside panels are done with memory foam. The stirrup bars are recessed for comfort. The leather and all of the stitching is in great condition.  These saddles are made in Switzerland and are nice, lasting quality.  Retail on this saddle if you bought it new is $1150.

Black Country Quantum Calfskin   17½” Seat  Regular Tree  Wither Gusset Option $1999

#JaMo-01 This beautiful saddle is done in a very dark, buttery soft calfskin leather. Black Country saddles are made in England; the Quantum model is a close contact with 100% British wool flocking. This one has front gussets that would be perfect for a higher withered horse (or Thoroughbred).  The tree measures about 4 1/4″.  The workmanship and quality of the leather is lovely. The Spring Tree measures as a generous regular tree and the seat measures at 17 1/2″. There are Velcro panels on the underskirt to attach knee and thigh blocks (can be ordered separately from the manufacturer).  The flaps measure 14″ from the stirrup bar to the longest point of the flap.  This one has seen little to no use and is in pristine condition. Retail is $3370.

All Purpose

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Dressage

Devoucoux Makila Calfskin Monoflap Dressage Saddle 2006 17” Seat Regular Tree $2699

#ABM-01 This is a gorgeous saddle in excellent condition, done in full calf leather which is butter soft and grippy. The seat is 17″ and the regular tree measures 4 1/8″. The 2A (regular) flaps measure 15.5″ long by 13″ wide. Devoucoux saddles are known for their comfort! The single flap design of the Makila saddle, with its prominent knee/thigh blocks and stirrup bars positioned further back than usual, guarantees the rider perfect stability in elevated paces and transitions. Its deep seat is particularly suited to experienced dressage riders.
Serial number is: 43 06 17 2A PX415 PX315 PXLUSPZ. This saddle comes with a fleece lined Devoucoux saddle cover. $2699 for calfskin!

Leathers & Irons

Korsteel Irons Sz 4” $29

#BO-16 Here’ s a pretty pair of irons by Korsteel.  They come with a pair of brand new white pads.  Retail is $40.

Peacock Safety Irons 4 ¼” $14

#AW-33  Here’s a pair of peacock safety irons at a great price.  They just need a set of gum bands, available at any tack shop.

FootSaver Safety Stirrups 4 ¼” with Mountain Horse Stirrup pads $45

#TL-15 These safety stirrups operate by the use of strong magnetic clasp, which releases the outside of the stirrup under sudden pressure, helping to prevent your foot from getting caught in the stirrup in the event of a fall.  The stirrup quickly springs back into position thanks to the clever stainless steel spring.  This pair is also equipped with Mountain Horse grip pads, an additional $20 value.  The original grips are also included.  Retail for the set is $150.

Herm Sprenger Jointed 4 1/2” Irons with Gripper Pads $159

#WH-10  These ever popular jointed irons by Herm Sprenger relieve knee and hip pressure while pushing down on the irons while in the saddle.  These are a favorite in the hunter/jumper community. This pair is also equipped with a pair of Grip pads, a $40 value.  Retail for these Herm Sprenger irons is $240, making the combined set a retail value of $280.