|Make:||D. Boot & L. Batchelor|
|Type:||Close Contact Saddle|
|Condition:||Excellent Used Condition|
|Material:||Leather & Pure Wool Serge Panels|
|Stamp:||#2070840 18″ MW|
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|*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).|
If you are looking for a superior, handmade saddle made by SMS (Society of Master Saddlers) craftsmen, this is the saddle for you. It is, as to be expected, beautifully made and balanced. It has a pure wool serge panel, which absorbs heat and sweat better than leather. The seat on this saddle is suede, but the front three-quarters has lost its nap. (It may be revived with specialist treatment). IT ALSO FEATURES SWEPT BACK TREE POINTS which do not interfere with the horse’s shoulders.
ABOUT DAVID BOOT AND LUCY BATCHELOR
“As saddle makers, we are proud to offer our own range of individual craftsman-made saddles, MASTER SADDLES, built in the U.K. to our designs and specifications.
We make models for the disciplines of dressage, hunter/jumper and eventing. These saddles are all designed with the horses’ needs in mind, as well as the riders, and use traditional and time-tested materials and techniques. Custom features are available to accommodate your horse’s needs. Our saddles are available through Brennan’s Bit and Bridle and select agents.
WHO WE ARE
David Boot was born in London, England, and became a saddlery apprentice at the age of 15 years old with George Parker and Sons, Saddlers to The Queen Mother. He was trained by the finest saddle makers in London, and went on to be granted the Royal Warrant to H.M. The Queen
Lucy Batchelor, also English, started her saddlery training at Cordwainers College, London, before signing up to a four year apprenticeship. She is a multiple winner at the Saddlers Company of London’s annual saddle and bridle-making competition. Lucy is registered as a Qualified Master Saddler member of the Society of Master Saddlers (U.K ) Ltd., the governing body of the saddlery trade in England.
Now they are full-time residents of the USA, residing on Eastern Long Island.