CWD Saddle #929

Consignment

$2,700.00 
Size:  18"

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This CWD Flat Hunter Jumper TC saddle is in excellent condition. A 2003 model, but has seen very little use.... it could be confused with a demo saddle! The seat and panels look great. All seams are in tact and in excellent condition. The billets have minor wear and tear markup. There is a slight cosmetic scuff in the cantle, as shown in the pics. Saddle comes with CWD cotton cover and cantle protector. The saddle has been meticulously maintained and is a steal at $2700

Specs:

  • seat: 18"
  • flat seat
  • flap length: 14"
  • flap width: 13 1/2"
  • dot to dot: 4 1/4"
  • serial: 18 TC 3L10 03

 

Description from CWD:

The flat seat Hunter Jumper saddle allows the rider to have a certain freedom in his movements and to change his centre of gravity according to the rider's style. The rider is offered a refined close contact. For the horse : The wide panels are concave and integrated for a better pressure distribution of the saddle along the horse's back. These panels have been studied to be positioned and fixed in such a way that the horse's spine remains entirely untouched. The three point girthing system ensures the saddle's stability and good position to prevent from nasty pressure points on the horse's back whilst moving. The saddle opening is increased around the shoulders to free up the horse's movements when in action. For the rider : The integrated panels offer a refined close contact that enables the rider to have precise actions as he can feel the horse move under him. The close contact has been worked on with a lower cut of the saddle flap around the stirrup bars so that there is only one layer of leather under the skirt. The sweat flap has also been cut higher to contribute to developing the close contact. The stirrup leather surcingles are positioned lower on the saddle flap to reduce the angle between the stirrup, the stirrup bars and the stirrup surcingle, to have less substance under the skirt. The pommel is widened with a thicker strip of foam that overlaps on both sides of the pommel to support the rider's abductors. Every cut piece of leather of this high quality saddle has been sanded, dyed, and then varnished for a soft touch. The blocks are fixed onto hard vegetable-dyed leather for a sharp cut without tearing. Long buckle-guards are sewn to preserve the underneath of the saddle flap from rubbing with the girth buckles. This high quality saddle is made of calfskin and full grain leather that nicely goes smooth with time.

This saddle is a consignment item in our shop. Any returns must be made within 1 week of arrival to you. Please give us a call should you need more time. No refunds will be made after the 1 week period of time. Saddle must return to our shop in the condition in which it left. If the saddle does return damaged- there will be a minimum 10% surcharge deducted from your refund. Please ask any questions prior to purchase. Please keep in mind that all saddles are represented to be the best of our ability based on the information provided to us by the consigner. Thank you!

*Shipping: all saddles will be shipped for a cost of $50. This charge will be added automatically. All saddles will be shipped by UPS, unless otherwise requested by the customer.

Return Shipping: The customer is responsible for any return shipping fees. We can send you a return label, if you prefer. Please notify us by email within the 1 week to do this. Please purchase the item listed as "RETURN SADDLE SHIPPING." A label will then be emailed to you from our shop. Please be aware that this is not a call tag. You must drop the saddle off to a UPS location or set up a pick up. 

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