On my last polo postJennifer Buxton commented and asked for pictures of her polo tack. I readily agreed and here we are. The polo wraps in this set are pretty nice. If not wrapped properly they fall a lot but they are made out of ultra-suede (pretty sure)so they won't tear like breyer's fleece of felt polos.
My only complaint about this tack set is that there aren't instructions. If you've never tacked a horse before you'll run into trouble.
Here's a close-up of the bridle, very nice with good quality buckles.
The sirups are adjustable.
Here's one picture under the flap. The girth is a little a far back but it fits properly like that. The under-girth fits well too.
Here's a picture under the horse. I'm including a lot of on the horse pictures if anyone needs a reference of how to put this tack on.
Here's the girth with out the over-girth on. It has real buckles! Breyer your other saddles need to step it up.
Here's a picture of the martingale and breastplate.
Here's a front view.
This saddle has a lot of straps, so know what each are so you don't tangle them. My biggest tip is to keep the box for a guide, sort of like a puzzle box's picture.
It has real panels! It holds it's shape beautifully.
Still holds it's shape. Sorry about my hands, guess I'll need to get a saddle stand.
This saddle set is worth every penny! It's wonderfully made and designed. I love it! Thanks for reading and if you want a review on anything else or want to request picture setups let me know!