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#1750 Julie Goodnight Peak Performance 'Wind River' Trail Saddle by Circle Y
RECOMMENDED FOR WESTERN DRESSAGE
Ridden by trainer, clinician and TV host Julie Goodnight-this round skirted saddle is ideal for trail riding. Beautiful hand tooling and contrasting black seat and black strings make this one gorgeous saddle. With the Flex2® tree technology, it conforms to the horse's back while providing rider weight distribution and is light weight. Flex2® skirts have a shock absorbing neoprene filler for the horse and rider's comfort; skirt has a close contact design for precise cueing, a Slip-Not skirt liner for easy care with XPG gel bar pad for your horse's comfort, Impact Foam™ seat with narrow twist and broad pocket for all-day comfort.
Softee® seat jockeys and fenders provides a "ready to ride" saddle to minimize rider's knee and ankle strain because they are broke in right from the start. ErgoBalance™ stirrups and pre-twisted stirrup leathers reduce knee and ankle fatigue while promoting balanced riding. Available in Regular Oil finish, Walnut (as shown), or black.
SEAT SIZES: 14",15", 15 1/2",16",17"
COLOR: Walnut, Regular Oil, Black;
SILVER: Silver on Silver;
TOOLING: Leaf with Border;
RIGGING: 3-Way Adjustable In-Skirt
HORN: 2 1/4" Neck, 3" Cap;
TREE: FLEX2® (Regular and Wide)
SKIRT: 13" Deep x 27" Long;
CANTLE: 3 1/2"
Matching Tack (Tack will match your saddle color choice)
#0269-11 BrowBand HS Goodnight - Floral
#4280-11 Breast Collar Goodnight 1 1/2" Floral and Diamond tooling - see image in "Photo" box: matches Julie Goodnite #1750 saddle perfectly 1 1/2" floral and diamond pattern hand tooled. (image is to the right in the brown area of photo box)
Tack Set -- Goodnight floral combo #0269-11 BBHS and #4280-11 BC
#0803-11 Flank Cinch Goodnight 3" Body Diamond Tooled
Old Ace says, "Peak Performance" #1750, reminds me of the summer of 56' when we drove 500 steers off Laguna Peak and to the corrals about 10 miles down a windy river"!