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  • In the fall of 1999 I bought my first Circle Y brand saddle
  • For this reason and the high cost of a good quality saddle, when I was in the selection process and shopping around I was very particular in what I wanted
  • Third I wanted a saddle that if I decided I didn't really care for all that much it would hold its resale value well and after a foray onto eBay and several tack trader sites it was apparent that the Circle Y would do that
  • Once I got my saddle I was additionally impressed with the pitch of the seat and how it sets the rider deep in the pocket at the back of the seat in front of the cantle

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      In the fall of 1999 I bought my first Circle Y brand saddle. Not only was it my first Circle Y but it was my very first time to purchase a brand spanking new, “never owned by anyone else before me” saddle. For this reason and the high cost of a good quality saddle, when I was in the selection process and shopping around I was very particular in what I wanted.

      First I knew that I wanted square skirts and Circle Y offered both round and square skirt options. Second I knew I wanted a 16″ seat and many other companies only offered up to a 15″ in their barrel saddle selection. Third I wanted a saddle that if I decided I didn’t really care for all that much it would hold its resale value well and after a foray onto eBay and several tack trader ...


      • sites it was apparent that the Circle Y would do that.

        Once I got my saddle I was additionally impressed with the pitch of the seat and how it sets the rider deep in the “pocket” at the back of the seat in front of the cantle. This design really offers a lot of stability to the rider not only in the speed and quick movements of running a barrel pattern but also when riding in rough terrain

        and steep inclines. Another thing that I really like about this saddle is that though it does not have the close contact style cut-away skirts, the stirrup leathers have a lot of swing motion and easily allow me to place my leg in many different positions on my horses sides to cue them. Overall I am very very very pleased with this saddle and have plans of buying a second one in a couple of years.




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