County Stabilizer XTR Close Contact Saddle, 17.5ins / Wide - 5220-1

$1,999.99

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About this saddle

Make: County Saddlery
Model: Stabilizer XTR
Type: Close Contact Saddle
Condition: Excellent Used Condition
Seat: 17.5ins
Width: Wide
Flap Length:                      14.25ins
Material: Leather with Buffalo Flaps
Stamp:  #10100914   6
Year: 2010
Blemishes/Notes: Leather markings as shown in photos.  COMES WITH STIRRUP LEATHERS AND STIRRUPS, AS SHOWN.
Trial:  This Saddle is Eligible for a FREE 5-DAY SADDLE TRIAL.  Click this link to order your saddle trial today!
*All measurements provided have either been taken directly from saddle stamps, or are approximate measurements taken by experienced Good Apple Equine Consignment staff.  This information is provided as a courtesy to our customers, and is not a guarantee of size or fit as each individual saddle differs from the next (including those of the same brand and model).

This is a very nice County Stabilizer XTR close contact saddle, with skid row panels and wool flocking.

County Saddlery says ……

“The average rider weighs 600 lbs!  . . .on the landing side of a 4′ jump.  Most of that 600 lbs ends up on the stirrup bars.   On conventional spring trees, one end of the stirrup bar is attached to the gullet plate and the other just to the wooden legs of the tree.   Force at this point can cause tree twisting and instability which can injure your horse’s back. To reduce harmful twisting, the Stabilizer design uses an extended gullet plate, stabilizing the joint between the pommel and the legs of the tree and allowing for both ends of the stirrup bar to be attached to solid steel.

Stabilizer trees have a patent pending and are guaranteed for life even against accidental damage.

Stabilizer – The Best for Backs Problems with Lead Changes, Stiffness or Sore Backs?

Twisting Trees May be the Problem!

Many veterinarians and physical therapists are now discovering that twisting or over flexing trees may be one of the leading causes of unseen and unexplained soreness or injury to horses’ backs and performance-related problems. The Stabilizer is uniquely designed to eliminate harmful twisting.

University tests found the Stabilizer to have superior structural stability and of the world’s leading jumping saddles, it is the only saddle tested which reinforces the pommel joint and leg of the tree and provides for both ends of the stirrup bar to be attached to solid steel.

Helps keep the rider’s leg in place even over the big jumps!

The Stabilizer’s precise seat to leg flap relationship helps you keep your leg in place even over the big jumps and makes getting forward over the jump automatic.

 

 

 

 

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Description

Make: County Saddlery
Model: Stabilizer XTR
Type: Close Contact Saddle
Condition: Excellent Used Condition
Seat: 17.5ins
Width: Wide
Flap Length:                      14.25ins
Material: Leather with Buffalo Flaps
Stamp:  #10100914   6
Year: 2010
Blemishes/Notes: Leather markings as shown in photos.  COMES WITH STIRRUP LEATHERS AND STIRRUPS, AS SHOWN.
Trial:  This Saddle is Eligible for a FREE 5-DAY SADDLE TRIAL.  Click this link to order your saddle trial today!
*All measurements provided have either been taken directly from saddle stamps, or are approximate measurements taken by experienced Good Apple Equine Consignment staff.  This information is provided as a courtesy to our customers, and is not a guarantee of size or fit as each individual saddle differs from the next (including those of the same brand and model).

This is a very nice County Stabilizer XTR close contact saddle, with skid row panels and wool flocking.

County Saddlery says ……

“The average rider weighs 600 lbs!  . . .on the landing side of a 4′ jump.  Most of that 600 lbs ends up on the stirrup bars.   On conventional spring trees, one end of the stirrup bar is attached to the gullet plate and the other just to the wooden legs of the tree.   Force at this point can cause tree twisting and instability which can injure your horse’s back. To reduce harmful twisting, the Stabilizer design uses an extended gullet plate, stabilizing the joint between the pommel and the legs of the tree and allowing for both ends of the stirrup bar to be attached to solid steel.

Stabilizer trees have a patent pending and are guaranteed for life even against accidental damage.

Stabilizer – The Best for Backs Problems with Lead Changes, Stiffness or Sore Backs?

Twisting Trees May be the Problem!

Many veterinarians and physical therapists are now discovering that twisting or over flexing trees may be one of the leading causes of unseen and unexplained soreness or injury to horses’ backs and performance-related problems. The Stabilizer is uniquely designed to eliminate harmful twisting.

University tests found the Stabilizer to have superior structural stability and of the world’s leading jumping saddles, it is the only saddle tested which reinforces the pommel joint and leg of the tree and provides for both ends of the stirrup bar to be attached to solid steel.

Helps keep the rider’s leg in place even over the big jumps!

The Stabilizer’s precise seat to leg flap relationship helps you keep your leg in place even over the big jumps and makes getting forward over the jump automatic.

 

 

 

 

Additional information

All Saddles by Seat Size

English Saddle Width

Additional information

All Saddles by Seat Size

English Saddle Width

*All measurements provided have either been taken directly from saddle stamps, or are approximate measurements taken by experienced Good Apple Equine Consignment staff.  This information is provided as a courtesy to our customers, and is not a guarantee of size or fit as each individual saddle differs from the next (including those of the same brand and model). 

 

Saddle Width Measurement:  Please note we measure 3-4 ins down from the center of the pommel and in, to where we can see the horse would start to make contact with the panels. We feel this is a more meaningful measurement than measuring button to button or at the extreme front of the saddle.