Free help finding the perfect saddle for your horse
As the premier trail saddle brand, with riders all over the world riding tens of thousands of miles in our saddles, Tucker knows how important it is for trail saddles to fit correctly.
If, after reading our Saddle Fitting Guide, you still would like guidance on finding the perfect saddle fit you can send tracings in to our experts for their evaluation. They'll pair you and your horse with a saddle from your chosen discipline, from Circle Y, High Horse, or Tucker Trail Saddles.
There's no charge for the expert evaluation, all evaluations are done in the order they arrive and we'll contact you with our recommendations as soon as possible, generally 2-3 weeks after we receive your tracings.
Watch this video with detailed instructions on how to take and send in your tracings. Our experts will pair your horse with a tree based on fit and your preferences.
You'll need the following:
We recommend you get a helper for this part.
To get the most accurate back measurements, have your horse on level ground and stand square. That means his head should be level, feet together directly underneath him, and all bearing weight (do not let him cock a hip) for all tracings because any other positions can change the shape of the back or create asymmetry.
Take photos of your horse from both sides (front and back optional) without a saddle - these will need to be mailed or emailed in.
This form gives us important information about you and your horse. It can be printed and mailed with your tracings or emailed to our customer service team.
Our team will use this information to pick out the best tree possible for you and your horse, given your riding discipline, goals, and horse. This can also help us understand any correctional padding needs your horse may have.
We know you’re eager to get an answer. Please look for a phone call or email with the tree recommendation within 1-3 weeks after we receive the tracings. Our Saddle Fit Technicians will contact you as soon as possible.
We cannot evaluate emailed tracings, as scanning or photographing the tracings can lead to distortions in sizing. With trees as little as 1/4″ apart, it’s important that we have the most accurate tracings possible, so we require hard copies mailed to us.Browse Saddles