Circle Y Trail Saddles
Circle Y has made saddles of superior quality, design, and craftsmanship since 1960. They are well known for their Flex-Lite tree, a patented saddle tree designed to be flexible for the horse and lightweight for the rider. Circle Y saddles are made from the finest leathers available in the industry. They are the saddles of choice for knowledgeable, demanding riders.
Comparison Shop For Circle Y Trail Saddles
Below are Circle Y trail saddles for sale from HorseSaddleShop.com (aka eSaddles), eBay, and Amazon.
Who Is "Daily Equine?" You may have seen some of the saddles above have a "Daily Equine" logo. Who is that? That's the name of the logo used by HorseSaddleShop / eSaddles. They are the same business with two names. They are one of the largest saddle dealers in the country. They have an excellent reputation both on the Web and from their brick-and-mortar store located in Bremen, Indiana.
Circle Y Flex Lite Tree
What is a Circle Y Flex Lite tree? The Flex-Lite tree by Circle Y is a patented saddle tree designed to be flexible for the horse and lightweight for the rider. The Flex-Lite tree conforms to the horse's back and the saddle skirts have a shock absorbing neoprene filler for the comfort of both horse and rider.
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