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Circuit® by Dover Saddlery® Debut Pony Saddle

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Circuit® by Dover Saddlery® Debut Pony Saddle

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The Circuit® by Dover Saddlery® Debut Pony Saddle offers young riders incredible value, with correct styling in dark brown leather with ivory stitch details.

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Item #: X1-150051
$600.00
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Attractive and economical, the Circuit® by Dover Saddlery® Debut Pony Saddle is a good choice in a first saddle. Scaled to fit the young rider, this jumping saddle offers all the styling and details of the adult version—at a budget-friendly price point.

Dover's leather work has delivered good quality at incredibly competitive prices for years; this saddle is no exception. It’s traditionally styled in dark brown leather with ivory stitch details. Built on a polymer tree with foam panels, it has a medium-deep seat, nicely padded and long-wearing grained leather flaps and moderate triangle front knee blocks. A solid value in the child’s introductory saddle category.


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How to Clean Your Leather Saddle
Care for your saddle properly to ensure it can provide years of service.

After every ride, wipe perspiration and footing dust from your saddle with a barely moistened rag. Pay particular attention to removing grime from the billet straps. These critically important straps are the most likely area of your saddle to wear first as they are exposed to horse sweat and are always placed under great pressure during use. They may require more frequent conditioning than other parts of your saddle.

Once weekly, clean and condition all leather surfaces of your saddle using either the traditional glycerin soap method or a specially formulated leather cleanser. The economical glycerin soap method of cleaning involves wiping your saddle with a moistened sponge to remove dust and dirt. Rub hard to remove grime. When the leather feels smooth and clean, rub a nearly dry sponge or rag against the glycerin soap bar. Apply a thin layer of glycerin soap (no suds during this step) to your leather to seal its pores and keep it soft, but not sticky.

Newer methods of cleaning your saddle involve convenient and easy-to-use tack cleaning and conditioning products; follow the manufacturers’ label instructions on any product you choose. Almost every tack manufacturer has a recommendation or product preference for cleaning and conditioning its saddles, and some manufacturers produce their own. Additionally, some suede, buffalo or patent leather may require special care according to the saddle maker. Always follow saddle manufacturer’s guidelines when considering commercial leather cleaners and conditioners.

One-step leather cleaners also condition your leather as you wipe away grime. Two-step cleaners usually advise following cleansing with a conditioner that will soften and protect the leather.