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Pro's and Con's of adding saddle silver
#11
Thank you for your input, believe me it really helps! After looking at the photos myself it does look to far forward to me too. When I rode that day it didnt feel quite right either. I am pretty sure the saddle bars fit him right as I did get the templete off the saddle fitting guide (that is how I found this forum, thanks!) and he was a regular wide which is suprizing considering he is a arabian. I just got this saddle as a gift and really thought he should have full quarter bars but my parents got me one with semi-quarter bars! Anyway after trying it on him I was pretty surprized how well it fit him. The angle is perfect for his back when I had the saddle a bit farther back. My old saddle was a older tex tan quarterhorse bars and was to narrow for him. Before I did my research I had no clue how bad the fit was! Live and learn I guess. That being said I think it is ok but will post another pic when I have it sitting on his back properly just in case. It really was a good fit the last few times I tried it!
As far as a bridle, nothing for show yet! I just ride with a eggbutt snaffle on a english bridle, after all he is still a baby, and since he is mine I will decide when I think he is ready for a curb and will probally only go there if I do decide to show.
So the silver would be nice but will make sure it will look right before commiting to add it! Oh and Red Hawk, I would but that would require more money! I really am happy with the saddle so will decide if I want to add it or not when the pieces come in. Anyway, thanks for your input[Big Grin]
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#12
Sorry about that, rydn. I went back and reread your original post and realized I misunderstood what silver pieces you were going to add[:I]. My mistake. I'm also glad that your saddle fits your horse okay. It does make a difference where you have it placed on the horse's back[Wink].
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#13
Geez I need to mellow out on the exclamation points, sorry[:I] I was also thinking that the corner plates might be a bit much for the tooling too, will see. From the description they are pretty much just the edge, if I don't like it I will just re-sale what I don't want or don't use. Oh and Red Hawk no need for a sorry! Had to add a exclamation point there[Wink] Anyone have thoughts on a horn cap? Does it damage the horn? Thanks
rydnhorses
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#14
I don't think a horn cap would damage the horn...but who sees it besides the rider? Usually not very visible from the ground, unless it is a really small horse, or a very tall judge.

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