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September 14, 2014


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I love Tucker saddles but never knew they had great customer service. It's great that we can get a respected manufacturer's saddle for half the price of a European unknown brand. I am sure customs required something from you too, but overall less than you'd pay for a questionable European Western saddle.

On a German forum recently I had to laugh at the question, "What is the best Circle saddle? Y, S, or L?" To which someone replied, "'Circle' is not the manufacturer - they're all 3 different brands!" (But seriously, how confusing for foreigners.)

Wouldn't it be great if finally the US and Europe loosened their trade laws? Come on.....still waiting...

Anyway, you have the best saddle in the land.

How Sam Sees It

My dream saddle for my Friesian is a Tucker - I have a Circle Y right now that is working great for us, but there is just so much to like about Tucker.

I've been reading your blog for a while now, and never commented - hi there!

White Horse Pilgrim

Welcome, Sam, thank you for commenting. Friesians are lovely horses.

It's proving a great saddle, Lytha. The way some people are behaving in England, they'd have us leave Europe, then we'd pay customs duty on everything imported.


Nice saddle! I looked at Tuckers when I wanted something comfy for my draft cross girl but ended up getting a local Aussie stock saddle. It was ok but I think both she and I might have liked a Tucker better.

White Horse Pilgrim

A good stock saddle has much to recommend it. Plus each rider has a personal preference. I'm glad that I had the opportunity to buy this saddle and took the time to do so.

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