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Flex Tree Saddles
A "flex tree" saddle is a saddle that has bars that are flexible, which allows the saddle to flex with the horse. This flexibility is not intended to force a saddle to fit a horse properly (if that is even possible), but instead is intended to enhance the fit of a saddle that already fits a horse the way it should.
Not all flex trees are the same - they vary from one saddle maker to another. HorseSaddleShop.com has an excellent, informative article on flex tree saddles, and includes information and illustrations on how they vary. To see the article, please click here: What's A Flex Tree Saddle? (<<< this link will open in a new window).
Comparison Shop Flex Tree Saddles
Below are flex tree 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.
Saddles From HorseSaddleShop, eBay, and Amazon
Saddles By Type
- A Fork
- Barrel Racing
- All Brands - Barrel Racing Saddles
- Alamo Barrel Racing Saddles
- Barrel Racing Saddles - Cheap
Prices are $800 or less
- Billy Cook Barrel Racing Saddles
- Billy Cook Paycheck Supreme Barrel Saddles
- Billy Cook Time Breaker Barrel Saddles
- Circle Y Barrel Racing Saddles
- Circle Y Martha Josey Hiphugger Barrel Saddles
- Circle Y Proven Rush Barrel Racing Saddles
- Dakota Barrel Racing Saddles
- Flex Tree
- Full Quarter Horse Bars
- Team Penning
Saddles By Maker
- Billy Cook
- Circle Y
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