The Best Western Trail Horse-Saddles
After weeks of relaxing trail riding and testing 15 different top of the line western trail saddles, and plenty of hours per a saddle, we’ve come to the conclusion that the Tucker Horizon Trailhead Trail Saddle is the Champion Western Trail Saddle. Some key features that make it stand out include lower horn and cantel, English bridle leather, and gel-cush shock absorbing seat.
Best Trail Saddle Overall
Long days and sore joints in the saddle have met their match! After a long ride, an ordinary saddle leaves your joints hurting, your back sore, and soft areas tender. The Tucker Horizon Trailhead Trail Saddles are known all over the world for their incredible comfort which is second to none.
Coming in as our blue ribbon champion is the Tucker Horizon Trailhead Trail Saddle. The Long days and sore joints in the saddle have met their match! After a long ride, an ordinary saddle leaves your joints hurting, your back sore, and soft areas tender. The Tucker Horizon Trailhead Trail Saddles are known all over the world for their incredible comfort which is second to none. A Tucker Horizon series trail saddle will give you an entirely different riding experience. From the advanced saddle tree system to the ergonomic shock absorbing seat, experience the most advanced equine riding system available. Don’t shy away from your next long trail ride! Enjoy it in the Tucker Horizon Trailhead saddle. The lower horn and cantel on the Trail Head provide a more open seat and easier mounting and dismounting. Additionally, this saddle has exceptional English bridle leather that is known for its incredible softness. All Tucker Horizon saddles have the new gel-cush shock absorbing seat, as well as ergonomically designed structure to protect your tender areas.
Coming in as our red ribbon runner-up is the Circle Y Walnut Grove Flex2 Trail Saddle. This saddle features a unique design that sets it apart from all others. It starts with the Flex2 tree. Circle Y’s revolutionary dual bar system provides both stability and flexibility – where they are needed. The high-density bars provide stability under the rider for weight distribution, making the Flex2 saddle an option for riders of all sizes. The low-density bars are flexible, conforming and flexing with the horse at the bar tips for freedom of movement.
Coming in as our yellow ribbon runner-up is the Dakota Trail Saddle 350, Black Finish. You can’t beat the look or the price of this black trail saddle by Dakota. This saddle is built on a Steele Equi-Fit fiberglass tree and contains 7/8 double rigging with stainless steel dees. Special features include a matching back strap, rawhide silver laced cantle, basketweave tooling, and engraved silver trim with a black finish.
Beauty. Quality. Five-year warranty. You couldn’t ask for more.