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Do you guys know any jumping saddled with a good relation between quality/price under 600€. I know it's hard but I was wondering if anyone can help me.
Thanks :)

Do you guys know any jumping saddled with a good relation between quality/price under 600€. I know it's hard but I was wondering if anyone can help me.
Thanks :)
Não sei bem o modelo mas foi o meu primeiro arreio e era bom, também foi muita questão de hábito, tive-o por6 anos, tive que comprar um novo arreio recentemente porque o DR foi roubado.. agora tenho um Sabino Saddle PRO mas é para o lado mais caro
@taeyo I'm currently not at that point, I'm more on the 90cm. Is there any disadvantage to use the jumper one in that case because it's cheaper anyway.
Btw do you know the brand 'parot'? I know that it's french but I can't find anything about that brand...
Both Zaldi saddles look similar in shape, but the Jumper has a slightly more forward flap. If you're jumping higher than 1m regularly, the Jumper is a better option.
@asjsoares e qual é que é o modelo que tens?
@asjsoares eu experimentei um Don Rodrigo uma vez e pareceu que não era muito confortável, não sei... talvez não fosse o tamanho correto.
Don Rodrigo is a good saddle not sure about the price since I bought mine a few years ago and it was a pack
@taeyo Between a Lexhis Ilusa, a Zaldi Royal Deluxe (375€ used) and a Zaldi Jumper (300€ used) what do you think it's better? Don't know if you know any of them?
Between a Lexhis Ilusa, Zaldi Royal Deluxe (375€) and a Zaldi Jumper (300€) what do you guys think it's better?
@danielagamito eu já tinha andado a ver essa, mas sinceramente não sabia se era boa ou não tenho em conta que quando é barato o pobre desconfia ahahah
Yeah I was thinking about doing that too. I was also asking here to see if you guys knew any good brands that I don't and have a wider range to choose from
Sure! The Lexhis Ilusa is a good saddle and it's under that value (Breyer Horses Portugal sell it for 465€).
Than you have Eric Thomas and Wintec if you prefer synthetic with prices under 600€.
HDR isn't too bad, but you might have to go above your budget a bit. Tekna is also nice, especially if you prefer synthetic. I'd suggest looking at used saddles as I got mine this past summer for a steal.