1554 Omaha Flex2®

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Expected Build Completion 12/16/2020-12/23/2020
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This saddle style is an all-time best seller because it has all the essential Flex2® features for you and your horse, round skirt, and classic look. The 1554 Omaha Flex2 trail saddle is perfect for short backed horses.
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This saddle style one of our all-time best sellers because it has all the essential Flex2® features for you and your horse, a round skirt, and it’s at a great price. The 1554 Omaha Flex2® trail saddle is a great choice for a trail saddle and a favorite among trail riders. It uses our most popular Flex2® trail tree which has a 4″ cantle and 13″ wide swell to provide a moderate seat, the standard in all-day comfort. The 3-way in-skirt rigging lets you choose which rigging position best suits your horse. Impact Foam™ in seat keeps you comfortable all day in the saddle. Hand-tooled shell border with silver slotted conchos and stainless steel hardware for a simple, classy look.
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Country of Manufacture United States
Discipline Trail
Weight 29.00 Pounds
Cantle Height 4.00 inches
Manufacturer Circle Y
Horn 3 1/4" Neck x 1 7/8" Cap
Swell 13 inches
Seat Color Apache, Black Grainout, Black Suede
Seat Size 15", 16", 17", 18"
Color Black, Regular Oil, Walnut
Tooling Degree Full Border
Tooling Type Shell
Rigging 3-Way Adjustable In-skirt
Hardware Engraved
Tree Type Flex2® Trail
Tree Fit Regular, Wide, Extra Wide
Skirt Drop 13.00 inches
Skirt Length 27.00 inches
Weight 29.0000
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What is a Flex2® Tree?

The patented Flex2® tree by Circle Y features technology derived from years of saddle fit and craftsmanship. The Flex2® tree conforms to the horse’s back at the tips of the bars, and the saddle skirts have a shock-absorbing neoprene filler for the horse...

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One size does not fit all. Fit your saddle.
There is no standardization in the industry for a Regular (or Semi-Quarter horse) tree and Wide (or Full Quarter horse) tree so different saddle brands will not fit the same. The fit may also vary among disciplines. The gullet measurement is important.