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Bates Next Gen Elevation Deep Seat Saddle

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Bates Next Gen Elevation Deep Seat Saddle
Engineered for precision performance, the Bates Next Generation Elevation Deep Seat Saddle is for riders who prefer a deep seat in their close contact saddle when jumping. The narrow twist and deep seat help support you with double-lined Opulence leather that provides plenty of grip. With Beezie Madden, Bates Saddles developed a saddle focused on horse and rider performance.

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  • Developed with world-renowned show jumper, Beezie Madden
  • Technical design engineered for precision performance
  • Built on an Elastiflex tree with the EASY-CHANGE Gullet System
  • Unique panel shape offers freedom of movement and comfort
  • Slightly flat and forward seat with regular pommel height
  • CAIR air panels help distribute weight evenly across the back
  • Double-lined Opulence leather with an ultra-soft, grippy surface
  • Ergonomic stirrup bar ensures closer contact with your horse
  • Features the adjustable Flexibloc system for proper leg position
  • Twist: Narrow
  • Flap: Regular

We offer several financing options on items over $500. To apply for financing, click here.

Extended Purchase
12, 18, 24, 30, and 36-month financing on items over $500. Credit worthy customers may choose any of 5 payment plans. Matching equipment may be included. The annual percentage rate varies from 12.9% to 14.99% depending on the terms of the plan. There is a $35 initial non-refundable processing fee. Any down payment reduces the amount to be financed.

Practically all our English and Western saddles are available for a 1- or 2-year lease. At the end of your lease, you have the option to purchase the saddle. The first month's payment and processing fees are due at signing.

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