Because of their fine leather and top-quality craftsmanship, collegiate saddles are the official saddle of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association, making them ideal for competitive riding.
So you and your horse will enjoy a relaxing and pleasant ride in a collegiate dressage saddle.
How to Lookup the serial number of my Collegiate saddle
Typically, you can find the serial number of a collegiate saddle imprinted underside of the saddle, in other words, it is engraved somewhere around the gullet.
You can get further information by calling their dedicated customer service line on 03 9845 0690 or by emailing pictures to email@example.com.
ALSO SEE: Courbette Saddle Serial Number Lookup
What is the right manner to interpret a Serial Number?
The following is an example of a serial number: 175N12340113 M 4 175N12340113
- – seat sizes that varies from 16.5 to 18.5 N
- – flap lengths: short = K, normal or regular = N, long = L, extra-long = XL 1234
- – seat sizes that varies from 16.5 to 18.5 N
- – Actual Saddle Number 0113
- – Date of Manufacture 01 = Month January 13 = the Year 2013
Is the leather on Collegiate saddles genuine?
Collegiate leather saddles deploy the use of recent materials with the finest supple leader, best quality and time-honored techniques to ensure best quality and craftsmanship at an affordable price.
Where can I find a Collegiate retailer near me?
Collegiate products are available in Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and New Zealand.
Go to the Stockists section of this website to find a list of Collegiate stockists in your country.
What’s the great way to maintain my Collegiate Leather saddle in good shape?
Proper care is required to maintain a certain level of humidity in the quality leather of your Collegiate saddle.
Regularly cleaning your saddle with a damp sponge or clothes couple with a glycerine saddle soap is recommended to avoid scratching the surface.
A rich, wax-based dressing should always be applied after cleaning. It is not recommended to use oil on your Collegiate leather saddle.
What’s the best way to get my Collegiate leather saddle on my horse?
Changeable gullets are available on some Collegiate saddles, allowing you to customize the width of your saddle to fit the shape of your horse’s wither.
Changeable gullets for Collegiate saddles come in a variety of styles.
To ensure that you and your horse are properly fitted, we recommend seeking professional saddle fitting advice to be confident that you and your horse are correctly fitted.
If you have any questions, please contact the store where you purchased the saddle to assist you further.
What should I do with my Collegiate Synthetic Saddle?
Collegiate synthetic saddles are a low-maintenance option that is simple to care for.
Follow the steps below to keep your saddle in great shape:
What is the best way to find out how much my saddle is worth?
Take a look at the saddle’s company’s name and serial number to ascertain retail and general resale value; low-cost, low-quality saddles will sell for low prices new and have little value as used items, whereas high-quality saddles will sell for higher prices new and used.
How can I wash my Collegiate Saddle
Cleaning suede is as simple as wiping it down with a damp cloth.
Apply a mild detergent diluted in water to the synthetic surface of your saddle before wiping it down with a damp cloth.
Allow to dry after rinsing with water; do not expose to direct sunlight.
If your Collegiate saddle has leather girth points, clean them with saddle soap before using leather cream or balsam to dress them. It’s essential to avoid exposing leather to too much water or detergent.
How do I figure out what kind of gullet my saddle has?
At the time of manufacture, all new saddles are equipped with a medium gullet.
What is my Collegiate Saddle’s warranty?
A two-year warranty covers the Collegiate range of saddles against faulty materials or quality.
Regular use is required to maintain the warranty on a Collegiate saddle and its components. Please refer to your warranty card for details on the tree’s breakage warranty.
The buyer should safely file the warranty card and the authentic receipt from the retailer; your retailer will need this if warranty work is needed.
See the warranty card that came with your Collegiate saddle for more information.
Collegiate saddles have what kind of panel?
Traditional flock-filled panels are featured on all of the Collegiate saddles on this website.
Synthetic flocking is used in collegiate saddles, which is more resilient and sweat-resistant, resulting in better performance over a more extended period.
What is the way forward if I observe a problem with my Collegiate saddle?
If you have any concerns that your saddle may be defective in any way, please return it to the stockist where you purchased it or to your nearest stockist so that they can inspect it.
The warranty card and the original purchase receipt will be required if warranty work is required.
The owner is responsible for any associated transportation costs.