2617 Ashton

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Expected Build Completion 12/16/2020-12/23/2020
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The 2617 Ashton High Country saddle is designed for foundation style horses and features a traditional double skirted full skirt and low profile horn, making it perfect for trail riding or area performance events.
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Designed for foundation built horses with very wide withers, the 2617 Ashton High Country trail saddle is a fantastic choice for trail riding or shows. The tree fit is designed specifically for the foundation style horse that needs a wider fit from the shoulder to the loin. Wood tree is fiberglass reinforced and DURAhide™ coated which locks out moisture and adds another layer of strength to the tree, adding to the longevity of your saddle. It has a Tunnel Skirt™ design to eliminate spinal pressure, 3-Way rigging for multiple rigging options, convenience rings, pre-shaped fenders with metal stirrups, and Impact Foam™ seat for all-day comfort. Engraved berry edged conchos with four sets of strings are the perfect accent to classic basketweave tooling.
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Country of Manufacture United States
Discipline Trail
Weight 31.00 Pounds
Cantle Height 4.00 inches
Manufacturer Circle Y
Horn 3" Neck x 2 1/4" Cap
Swell 13 inches
Seat Color Black Grainout, Black Suede
Seat Size 15", 16", 17"
Color Heavy Oil, Regular Oil, Walnut
Tooling Degree 3/4 Tooling, Full Border
Tooling Type Basketweave
Rigging 3-Way Adjustable In-skirt
Hardware Antique Berry Edge
Tree Type High Country Fiberglass Reinforced
Tree Fit High Country Wide
Skirt Drop 14.00 inches
Skirt Length 25.50 inches
Weight 31.0000
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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.