The most distinctive feature of a jumping saddle is a forward-cut flap that allows for a shorter stirrup length (although not as short as racing stirrups). The flap often has supportive padded knee rolls, especially for show jumping and cross-country. The balance of the seat is further back and comparatively flat, with the cantle and pommel low so that they do not interfere with the rider’s jumping position.

Our jumping saddles are designed for show jumping, foxhunting and the show jumping and cross-country phases of eventing.

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