Paul Fielder is recognised as one of the most successful trainers in Europe, he designed this saddle to enable the riders leg to have closer contact with the horse, the knee rolls and skirt of the saddle are shaped so that the rider’s knee is not locked into a tight position, enabling a flexible thigh position.
This Edison dressage saddle will suit a well built horse, with a low or medium height wither.
These saddles are only custom made so are not often found second hand. With the cost to import a new one more than $5000 this one is a great buy, made in 2013 and less than half of new price!
Includes fleece saddle cover
Paul Fielder PFI Int Edison Dressage Saddle 17.5"
Saddle Condition: very good,
Wear/Damage: normal signs of use under the stirrrups. some surface cracks on the girth points. Some tiny marks on the front piping.
Seat Stamped Size: 17.5
Seat Size measured: 44cm
Flap Length: 41 cm
Tree Size Stamped: mw
Tree Size Measured: similar to a Bates wide in angle, more generous in width.
Adjustable Gullet/Tree: adjustable a size or two each way by a saddler
Channel Width Midway: 7.5cm
Channel Width Rear: 7.5cm
Panel Fill: flock
The fit of every saddle is unique. Even if the makers, models, and sizes are the same between two saddles, the fit may be different. Adjustments and customizations may have been made.
All measurements provided have either been taken directly from saddle stamps, or are approximate measurements taken by Saddle Central staff. This information is provided as a courtesy, and is not a guarantee of size or fit.
All saddles are automatically sold with a 7 day trial period . Saddle must be back in the post with tracking number supplied to us by day 8. eg if you receive your saddle/s on a Monday then they must be back in the post by the following Monday. Return post costs are to be paid by the buyer not Saddle Central. Once the saddles are received back at Saddle Central you will be notified of their safe return. Your refund will be issued within 2 working days by the same method of payment as you used initially.