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Does anyone still have Deb Sibleys?
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cavyrunsbarrels
Reg. Dec 2010
Posted 2017-04-20 3:04 PM (#7340970)
Subject: Does anyone still have Deb Sibleys?



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I remember hearing a lot about them back in the day, good and bad. Does anyone still have them? Would you buy one? I still haven't found anything I like on my big shouldered, medium withered, wide (but not extremely wide) guy with a bit of a dip behind the shoulder. Lately the biggest issue has been saddles having too much rock as he has a pretty flat back as well. So I'm wracking my brain trying to think of all the brands I've seen and Sibleys popped into my head... 
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2017-04-20 3:20 PM (#7340977 - in reply to #7340970)
Subject: RE: Does anyone still have Deb Sibleys?



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cavyrunsbarrels - 2017-04-20 3:04 PM I remember hearing a lot about them back in the day, good and bad. Does anyone still have them? Would you buy one? I still haven't found anything I like on my big shouldered, medium withered, wide (but not extremely wide) guy with a bit of a dip behind the shoulder. Lately the biggest issue has been saddles having too much rock as he has a pretty flat back as well. So I'm wracking my brain trying to think of all the brands I've seen and Sibleys popped into my head... 
Yep I like my Sibleys, I have 3, one wide and 2 standards. The wide is not working out so good on my big fellow hes wide in the shoulders and has the dip and wide threw his back and I thought it would be a good fit for him but it just keeps sliding back on him no manner what thickness of the pads and even my standred one slide's back on him so the Sibleys are not a good fit for him, now my other boy the standard is a really good fit for him, hes smaller threw the shoulders and shorter back so I had a new one made for him with the smaller skirt.. So going to get rid of the new wide one I had made and just stick with my two standards. So you need to try one befor you buy, I thought they would fit my big boy but not the case. 

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IRunOnFaith
Reg. Dec 2009
Posted 2017-04-20 4:29 PM (#7340992 - in reply to #7340970)
Subject: RE: Does anyone still have Deb Sibleys?



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I have never had the oportunity to own one. I have sat in one and ridden for a very short time in one. They are very nice and fit the horse I was running that night very well. She was a tank of a mare.
The saddle was very balanced. It's made from nicer leather as well. Very well made. 
I highly recommend Panther Canyon Saddlery.
 
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Flamin10
Reg. Nov 2008
Posted 2017-04-20 6:29 PM (#7341012 - in reply to #7340970)
Subject: RE: Does anyone still have Deb Sibleys?



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I love my DS and CrossCreek is the one that got me addicted to them.

My only advise is plan on it taking a WHILE to make cause they don't get into a hurry and make sure you get the Herman Oak upgrade. I did on mine and I can't complain. I've had mine about 3 years now and just some routine cleaning now and then and it shines like new again.
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