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HDR Ventura Covered Dressage Saddle

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HDR Ventura Covered Dressage Saddle

The Henri de Rivel HDR Ventura Dressage Saddle has been thoughtfully designed with the comfort of both horse and rider in mind. Crafted from soft, grippy-covered leather, it requires minimal break-in time, allowing you to start enjoying your rides sooner. The saddle features flocked panels that can be molded by a professional to fit your horse's changing back profile. Additionally, the moderately deep seat offers a close feel, while the knee blocks provide superior leg support.

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  • Excellent choice for dressage riders of all skill levels
  • Soft, grippy-covered leather for minimal break-in time
  • Flocked panels for a custom fit
  • Moderately deep seat for a close feel
  • Knee blocks for superior leg support
  • Reinforced area at the bottom of the flap for better wear
  • Nylon reinforced long billet straps
  • Lifetime warrantied injection-molded polymer tree

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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