Kent and Masters GP and Jump Saddles

Kent & Masters GP Saddles are fitted with three girth straps (billets), the third one being moveable.
This flexible girthing arrangement allows saddle stability to be optimised instantly.

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Begin by girthing in the neutral position using the second and third billet.
(NOTE: This is the same as girthing on the first and third billets on a saddle with a conventional girthing system)

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If you find the saddle slips forward, you can use the point (front) strap and the third strap

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If the back of the saddle lifts away from the horse’s back, move the third strap onto the floating balance position

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NEVER girth using the point strap and first strap. This causes saddle instability and potential discomfort for your horse.

Kent and Master Pony Club GP saddle From £695 RRP

This universal-fitting GP saddle has a shorter panel design to suit ponies and is ideal for all Pony Club activities. Designed to take children through their pony riding years, the shape helps encourage an independent seat in young riders.

All Kent & Masters saddles share the girthing options, while this Pony Club saddle also benefits from the following details:

An open-headed tree which provides good wither clearance.
Short panels.
Standard wither gullet depth for ponies with a medium wither profile.
Velcro knee and calf blocks under the flap which can be positioned to suit your leg length and position.
Five girthing options which allows saddle stability to be optimised instantly on a variety of conformations

Available in Black or Brown

Sizes 15″, 151/2″ £695

Sizes 16″ & 161/2″ £745

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Kent and Masters Pony Jump  From £795 RRP

Colour: Black, Brown
Seat Size: 15½, 16, 16½
Changeable Gullet:     
S-Bar
Series: S-Series
Conformation: Standard Wither

A jump saddle for ponies, the S-Series Pony Jump has forward-cut flaps, plus moveable blocks, designed to support the young rider’s leg in the shorter jumping position. This may look similar to the S-Series Jump saddle, but it is on a different tree – more suited to a pony conformation – and takes a different gullet bar.

All Kent & Masters saddles share the features below. This S-Series Pony Jump benefits from superior craftsmanship and higher specification design details for a truly luxurious feel and appearance. It also features the following details:

  • A pony tree with longer, swept-back points to support the front of the saddle and allow freer shoulder movement.
  • A seat shaped to enable the rider to dynamically adjust their centre of balance over the fence.
  • Broad panels for maximum surface contact with the pony’s back.
  • Velcro knee and calf blocks under the flap which can be positioned to suit your leg length and position.
  • Changeable girthing arrangement which allows saddle stability to be optimised for various types of pony conformation and different movement. 

Size 15 1/2″ £795

Size 16″ & 16 1/2″ £845

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Kent and Masters Cob GP  £845 RRP

Colour: Black, Brown
Seat Size: 17, 17½
Changeable Gullet:         
S-Bar
Series: Original
Conformation: Low Profile

This GP saddle is ideal for low withered and flat backed horses, such as cob types. It is a great option if you are looking for an all round saddle for hacking, jumping and some schooling.

All Kent & Masters saddles share the features below, while this Original Cob GP also benefits from the following details:

  • Flatter tree shape to follow the low-withered flat-backed profile.
  • Straight-cut, slim line panels to reduce bulk between the horse and rider.
  • Velcro knee and calf blocks under the flap which can be positioned to suit your leg length and position.
  • Changeable girthing arrangement which allows saddle stability to be optimised instantly (see girthing options below).
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Kent & Masters Original Cob offers girthing solutions to fine-tune the fit of your saddle.

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Begin with the neutral girthing position

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If the saddle moves forward, girth on the first (point) and third strap

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If the saddle slips back, move the third strap to the floating ring and girth on the second and third strap.

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If you need even more stability, use the rear floating ring and the point (first) strap