Made on a wide tree thats flat through the centre with panels thats sweep up at the rear. The pommel arch is low and wide, a generous 61/2"/16.5cm at its base and between the panels its 6.25"/16cm with an xw angle. Y balance girthing with the option to move the front one, the billets just unhook, no need for a saddler to unstitch a re sew.
For the rider a very deep seat with a narrow twist to allow the legs/thighs to drop naturally for a more comfortable leg position and large velcro adjustable knee blocks.
The Berkeley™ is crafted in the finest hand finished English and French leathers to facilitate a “no breaking in” period, giving a wonderful close-contact feel
An ex demo with minimal signs of use.
Includes original saddle cover.
Lovatt & Ricketts Berkeley Dressage Saddle 17" W/XW
Saddle Condition: excellent
Wear/Damage: minor signs of use on the flaps
Seat Stamped Size: 17"
Seat Size measured: 43cm
Flap Length: 37cm
Tree Size Stamped: w
Tree Size Measured: xw when comparing to a Bates gullet gauge.
Adjustable Gullet/Tree: adjustable a size or two each way by a saddler
Channel Width Midway: 6cm
Channel Width Rear: 6cm
Panel Fill: flock
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