It looks to me like a bareback pad with a posh name and inflated price tag.
To me a saddle is not just for the rider to sit on but also to spread the weight of the rider and avoid pressure points. Whether that is done via a tree or treeless with pads is a much debated matter ;-)
Hmmm, given that a saddle is designed to spread the weight of the rider across a bigger area and avoid pressing on the triangle at the withers where several muscles attach and where most horses are therefore very sensitive, then I'm not sure this is the answer.
I borrowed one of these for Talin before I had a saddle, I'm very lucky that he didn't try to chuck me as I wouldn't have stood a chance!
It was VERY laterally unstable, rocked and rolled about, less stable than riding bareback tbh. It has stirrup bars but if you use the stirrups it doesn't spread the weight out like a saddle is designed to, it presses down on their spineous processes. There is no spinal clearance on it, so it literally does press on the spineous processes, even when you're not using the stirrups. It's not even very comfortable for the rider!
All in all I'd rather now use a decent quality lunging roller to hold a saddle pad on - that'd give the same benefits without the high cost or pressure points.
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