A beautiful all-round treeless saddle that is suitable for long rides out, as well as occasional small jumps or dressage. This saddle can be put together with english or western accessories.

 

THIS LISTING INCLUDES:

-Courville Saddle

-Mono Stirrup leathers

-Curved Flexi safety stirrups

 

-Consisting of a 2-part superstructure of high quality nubuck cow leather and a substructure of a contoured saddle pad, including inlays.

 

-The cantle can be adjusted, using Velcro, to perfectly fit the rider’s seat.

 

-The cantle is made of soft, high density foam and the fibreglass pommel is interchangeable and, as such, adaptable to high or low withers. Both link the left and right part of the saddle and together they offer stability to the saddle and give freedom of movement for the horses spine.

 

-The Courville all round saddle can be combined with the EDIX® saddlebags and breastplate. 

 

Available in brown and black

Sizes small, medium and large (see diagram)

 

EDIX recommends purchasing a treeless saddle as a complete package, including stirrups, stirrup leathers and a matching saddle pad with inlays. In order to ensure constant firm fixation, we recommend a fully or partly elastic girth for a consistently fixed position. A durable elasticity tailored to your horse’s strength, which will save your saddle from undesirable forces that are caused by the varying abdominal circumference of your horse while riding. The elastic of the girth always adjusts itself in length and has the possibility to keep the saddle in place with constant tension. Besides the EDIX anatomical soft leather padded elastic girth we also offer the fully elastic girth of F.R.A.

 

An EDIX® treeless saddle offers your horse optimum pressure distribution using the special layers of flexible materials: EDIX® MPDS, multiple pressure distribution system (see drawing). These soft, flexible layers adapt to the anatomy of the horse, as well as the rider’s posture. An EDIX® treeless saddle optimally reacts to the movements of the horse. Partly due to this, the rider learns to adapt to the horse’s movements and, as such, develops an independent position. As a result, the mov