1582 Kentucky Trail Gaiter

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SKU
1582
$1,990.00
Expected Build Completion 02/05/2021-02/12/2021
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Ideal for gaited horses and great for gaited mules, the 1582 Kentucky Flex2 Trail Gaiter saddle has an A-Fork tree and all the comfort features you and your horse need for the longest, toughest trails out there.
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Great for gaited mules because of the A-fork style Flex2® tree. The 1582 Kentucky Trail Gaiter has an A-fork style front and deep 5″ cantle to provide a secure, comfortable seat with back support. The 3-Way adjustable in-skirt rigging lets you position the rigging to suit your individual horse. The angled rear dee is great for securing your saddle when traveling over rough terrain. EBS – ErgoBalance stirrups tilt the stirrup to eliminate torque on the rider’s knees and ankles for increased comfort and promote balanced riding. Stainless steel hardware and six sets of strings to tie all your gear. Ride for hours enjoying the comfort of a soft, Impact Foam seat and soft leather while knowing your horse is just as comfortable because of the Flex2® tree. This saddle will free your gaited horse to perform his unique gait, while the short skirt won’t get in his way.
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Country of Manufacture United States
Discipline Trail - Gaited
Weight 27.00 Pounds
Cantle Height 5.00 inches
Manufacturer Circle Y
Horn 3 1/2" Neck x 2 1/4" Cap
Swell 10 inches
Seat Color Black Grainout, Black Suede
Seat Size 15", 16", 17"
Color Black, Regular Oil, Walnut
Tooling Degree Full Border
Rigging 3-Way Adjustable In-skirt with Angled Rear Dee
Hardware Silver on Silver Wire Edge with Balls
Tree Type Flex2® Trail Gaiter® A-Fork
Tree Fit Gaited Regular, Gaited Wide
Skirt Drop 10.00 inches
Skirt Length 26.00 inches
Weight 27.0000
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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.