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Runaway
Reg. Jan 2008
Posted 2014-11-12 2:18 PM
Subject: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless



Sorry I don't have any advice


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I'm contemplating the purchase of a Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless.  Have any of you had any experience with the Panther Canyon Deb Sibley saddles?  Specifically, how do they fit, hold up, etc.

I'd appreciate your opinions; good, bad or indifferent.  Thank you! 


 

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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2014-11-12 2:25 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Mountain Deb Sibley Treeless



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Runaway - 2014-11-12 2:18 PM
I'm contemplating the purchase of a Panther Mountain Deb Sibley Treeless.  Have any of you had any experience with the Panther Mountain Deb Sibley saddles?  Specifically, how do they fit, hold up, etc.

I'd appreciate your opinions; good, bad or indifferent.  Thank you! 


 
LOL Panther Canyon saddlery not Mountain, Panther Mountain is a stud. 
And I love my Deb Sibleys had one sold it cause someone took a liking to it, bought a used one years later had some work done to it cause it was used and now have one on order and cant wait to get it, so my opinon on them I really like the saddles.  And plus they are not to far from me 
Heres my used one, I was going to sell it after I cleaned it up but decided to keep it. 

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Runaway
Reg. Jan 2008
Posted 2014-11-12 2:31 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Mountain Deb Sibley Treeless



Sorry I don't have any advice


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Southtxponygirl - 2014-11-12 3:25 PM
Runaway - 2014-11-12 2:18 PM

I'm contemplating the purchase of a Panther Mountain Deb Sibley Treeless.  Have any of you had any experience with the Panther Mountain Deb Sibley saddles?  Specifically, how do they fit, hold up, etc.



I'd appreciate your opinions; good, bad or indifferent.  Thank you! 




 
LOL Panther Canyon saddlery not Mountain, Panther Mountain is a stud. 

And I love my Deb Sibleys had one sold it cause someone took a liking to it, bought a used one years later had some work done to it cause it was used and now have one on order and cant wait to get it, so my opinon on them I really like the saddles.  And plus they are not to far from me 

LOL, Whoops, yes, Panther Canyon!

Thanks for your input on the saddle. 
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2014-11-12 2:38 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Mountain Deb Sibley Treeless



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Runaway - 2014-11-12 2:31 PM
Southtxponygirl - 2014-11-12 3:25 PM
Runaway - 2014-11-12 2:18 PM

I'm contemplating the purchase of a Panther Mountain Deb Sibley Treeless.  Have any of you had any experience with the Panther Mountain Deb Sibley saddles?  Specifically, how do they fit, hold up, etc.



I'd appreciate your opinions; good, bad or indifferent.  Thank you! 




 
LOL Panther Canyon saddlery not Mountain, Panther Mountain is a stud. 

And I love my Deb Sibleys had one sold it cause someone took a liking to it, bought a used one years later had some work done to it cause it was used and now have one on order and cant wait to get it, so my opinon on them I really like the saddles.  And plus they are not to far from me 
LOL, Whoops, yes, Panther Canyon!



Thanks for your input on the saddle. 

Your welcome  
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2014-11-12 3:05 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless



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My sister in law has one and loves it. Both of her knees are shot and this is the only saddle she can ride in.

I wasn't a fan. I bought one that was defective. I took it back to the company and they returned my money and were very gracious. 
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Runaway
Reg. Jan 2008
Posted 2014-11-12 4:42 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless



Sorry I don't have any advice


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Nevertooold - 2014-11-12 4:05 PM My sister in law has one and loves it. Both of her knees are shot and this is the only saddle she can ride in.



I wasn't a fan. I bought one that was defective. I took it back to the company and they returned my money and were very gracious. 


Thanks, quality was one of my concerns, and glad to hear they were nice about it.  Good to know the saddle works well for shot knees, too. 
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Racer4eva
Reg. Feb 2009
Posted 2014-11-12 4:50 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless


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Bought one used from them and love it. Wasnt in the position to get one new, but if i ever have to I would get one new. Fits my mare well and is very comfy. They reconditioned it, and re-painted it as well as widened the tree gullet before sending it.
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swd
Reg. Oct 2004
Posted 2014-11-12 5:17 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless



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I have owned 5 of them. They hold up very well. Only thing I can ride that doesn't make me hurt after awhile.  They size true. Make sure you know size of gullet you want. I use the wide ones on almost everything now but they can get you what you need. Very good to work with.
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ghost rider
Reg. Jun 2005
Posted 2014-11-12 5:21 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless


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Have 2 and love them...so do my horses.
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Runaway
Reg. Jan 2008
Posted 2014-11-12 6:39 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless



Sorry I don't have any advice


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Thanks for all of your inputs!
 
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guyssassygirl
Reg. Nov 2014
Posted 2014-12-11 7:43 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless


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Hi I was wondering is the Sibley saddle treeless like bob marshall or has a tree and it flexes? I'm confused but so that you have had 5. Any help will be appreciated. I have a low withered wide mare and my saddleseems to make her back sore. I was thinking of ordering the corrector pad by Len Brown. Not sure.
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ack34480
Reg. Apr 2013
Posted 2014-12-16 6:14 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless


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I called and spoke to Panther Canyon today about this saddle. I have had really bad luck lately with fitting my mare and I'm leaning toward the deb sibley ultra flex. They were very helpful and informative about this saddle and stand behind their product. If you have a hard to fit horse they will work with you and even send you a cast if they can't fix the problems. So i would also love to hear any good or bad anyone has to say before placing an order!
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trickster j
Reg. Nov 2007
Posted 2015-01-08 8:00 PM
Subject: RE: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless


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guyssassygirl - 2014-12-11 6:43 PM Hi I was wondering is the Sibley saddle treeless like bob marshall or has a tree and it flexes? I'm confused but so that you have had 5. Any help will be appreciated. I have a low withered wide mare and my saddleseems to make her back sore. I was thinking of ordering the corrector pad by Len Brown. Not sure.
I'd like to know if they are treed or treeless as well?  I rode a Tammy Fisher on a hard turning horse a few years ago and loved it- but when I quit running her I sold the saddle because it made me feel to trapped in everything else.  I now have another really hard turning horse and am looking into getting another a Fisher, but if the Sibley feels like a treeless, I'd rather have a Sibley- I like the way they look alot better.  Thanks in advance! 

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outrundaizy
Reg. Mar 2010
Posted 2015-01-13 12:20 AM
Subject: RE: Panther Canyon Deb Sibley Treeless



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They are treed saddles :
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