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Old 16th Apr 2007, 08:49 AM
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RaThEr_Be_RiDiN RaThEr_Be_RiDiN is offline
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Where can you get second hand treeless saddles!!

Im a student...and i do parelli so i am extremely short with the finances! Ive been looking everywhere for sites/places that sell second hand treeless saddles and they just dont seem to exist

I'm on ebay regularly, but its normally always replicers (sp) on there which i am a bit dubious about!

Does anyone know where i could get a treeless saddle (pref a treefree exmoor ) with out shedding
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 02:52 PM
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this place does second hand fhoenix saddles.

Still very expensive though.
sorry not a lot of help really is it
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 02:55 PM
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I joined the Yahoo Treeless goup when I first became interested in treeless saddles. People on there seem to be from all over US/UK, etc. and sometimes somebody sells a saddle.
I got our first treeless from there. A Torsion saddle that would have been new $1,400 for $700.
Do you know how to search yahoo groups?
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 02:56 PM
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ebay is your best bet, but dartmoor/exmoor treefrees dont come up often.
how about a barefoot london? horse and harmony are having a sale on teh old style ones now
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Old 17th Apr 2007, 09:24 PM
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What sort of price range are you looking for?
I bought a treeless saddle off ebay but i bought the wrong size for me
!!So I need to sell it as we are moving abroad.If you want anymore info/pics then PM me!!
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Old 18th Apr 2007, 11:49 AM
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Talking Keep looking!


Persevere with eBay - I shared your doubts about some of the ones on there but eventually a 2nd hand Dartmoor treefree came up with all its bits and I got it - so it's worth waiting as it was half the price of new and both my 13 yo 17hh IDxTB gelding and my 3 yo 14.3 Haflinger filly love it to bits - in fact we backed the Haflinger in it ......

Good luck with the search - def worth waiting for the quality
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