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Wanted: Quality Dressage saddle 17.5 or 18". Deep seat, med to med-wide with lots of whither clearance. Toronto area. April 23/08
Check out www.ridetheboss.com we offer excellent dressage saddles from Argentina at whole sale prices. You can custom order to your specs. at no extra charge
Hi Barbara,
Your guy looks like the perfect PSG horse...I need a clone!

If you are coming to the Horse Expo in London,20-22 Mar, look for me at the Ansur Saddle booth. We have the perfect deep seat saddle called the Excel that you should check out. It is treeless and will fit your horse all year long no mater how his body changes and will not block his hips or shoulders for the FEI movements. Any sticky changes will be much easier and he can wrap around your leg in the pirouettes and half-pass. Since there is no tree to hinder the swing of his back, your piaffe and passage will have more suspension.

I'm not an employee, but they take me to the trade shows when I'm not busy. I've been a convert for over 10 years and only use these on my saddles on my horses. I think there is a link to my website as well as photos and videos of some of my warmbloods.

Hope to meet you in London!
Charlotte kaspareck

PS The horse in the photo with me is also a Hanoverian that I imported from Germany.
I don't know if you have found a saddle or not yet. I have a (2000) Passier Soft Line, 17.5 deep seat med to med-wide tree with lots of wither clearance. Black in excellent condition. I just had it reflocked by County Saddlery in the fall.
Asking 1725 but I am open to offers.
Penny Rogers
I have a brand new 18 INCH wintec dressage 500 with cair and a adjustable gullet for sale. It has never been ridden in. I am in manitoba so shipping wouldn't be much. Please feel free to contact me for more information or for pictures. Thanks.
My friend has a BRAND NEW Amerigo Alto that is an 18" and is(I think) a med-wide but it is black! It is absolutely the most comfortable saddle to sit in....everything is easy in this saddle....she removed the knee rolls(as per me!!) and the result, although hardly even noticeable, is that the trot is even EASIER to sit on a big mover! The reason she is selling it is because she has decided to retire the horse she bought it for as he is older with health issues and now has a new horse that this saddle does not fit. I think her price would be extremely reasonable and you would have a brand new saddle! She has the knee blocks so if you absolutely insisted on having them back in you could have your saddler do that....that leather is all there. Her name is Maria. Please reply to me with a contact email address as I wouldn't want you to miss out on a deal like this. These saddles are a bit hard to come by and at this price. Margaret(in the northeast USA)
Hi - I have a used passier, in very good condition - black, 17.5 - med to wide tree.
http://blue_barn_stables.tripod.com - for sale page.
Did you find a saddle yet? I have a older prestige top which fits your description. Let me know if you are still looking
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WANTED: Good quality EUROPEAN Dressage saddle, 17.5", Medium tree. California. $500 or less. Message me on barnmice or email me at aintshefancy@comcast.net
Wanted - a 1995 Passier dressage saddle, wide tree cut back - in black if posssible, Ann Turner.
I have a brown/tan 16.5" Dressage Passier and All Purpose, both cut back, but not sure how wide you need. I have no idea of the year on these saddles. I only want $250. for each of them. I live in Courtenay, B.C.


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