Wool vs. foam vs. CAIR: One case study

Although I’ve owned many, many saddles over the years (Goldilocks and the 31 Saddles ) all but three have been flocked with wool and checked by a saddle fitter twice a year. What’s the difference? The material that fills the panels of the saddle are critical to saddle fit and comfort. Wool Flocked Traditionally saddles […]

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Wintec Webbers reviewd on Tack Guru

I was skeptical about using webbers until I tried them. Now I use them on every saddle because it’s so nice not to have the bulk under my leg. Read the review at Tack Guru.

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Wintec Pro Jump Saddle Better than I Expected

I have always been a saddle snob and wasn’t sure that a synthetic saddle was for me. The Wintec Pro Jump really changed my opinion. It was a much nicer saddle than I anticipated. I decided to try the Wintec Pro Jump because I had just bought a horse and didn’t have a saddle that […]

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How hard is it to change a Wintec gullet?

I’ve owned several Wintec saddles over the years. Until now, they’ve always arrived with the right size gullet. Until this one. A few months ago I bought a Wintec Pro Jump on Ebay. I like the saddle a lot. I’d owned one before and sold it because I didn’t think the flap was forward enough […]

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How to clean synthetic saddles

One of the beauties of going synthetic is that care is minimal and easy. They have all been extremely durable and showed little to no wear. Synthetic saddles are pretty impervious to sweat or rain and they don’t really show dirt. I love having a synthetic saddle for riding in the rain. I’ve soaked my […]

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