Finding the right Saddle Tree and Panel combination for different horse types
Assigning Saddle Components correctly
Which Kieffer saddle corresponds best to the shape of your horse's back?
The following information chart helps you finding the right Kieffer saddle by chosing the correct saddle tree and panel combination. Get an overview which saddle tree is suitable for which horse type and which saddle panel variation is available.
Possible combinations for saddles fitted with Saddle Tree ‘Exclusive‘
The Kieffer saddle tree ‘Exclusive’ (with gullet plate) is characterised by an open, distinctive cut back pommel, a curved form as well as longer tree tips. It is well-suited for normal to high-withered horses with normal to curved backline.
The saddle models Athen, Florenz, Orphee, Kieffer’s Monoblatt, Kieffer Move® and Distance are fitted with individual panel cuts.
Our recommendations for Saddle Tree ‘Exclusive’
Possible combinations for saddles fitted with Saddle Tree ‘1000 Exclusive’
Saddle Tree ‘1000 Exclusive’ (with gullet plate) is characterised by its shuttered pommel, a straight form as well as shorter tree tips. This saddle tree is suitable for low-withered horses with a straight backline and highly recommended for wide-backed horses with a well-muscled topline.