CWD Jumping Saddle Review – Honest CWD Reviews

There is only a small amount of Cwd jumping saddle review you’d ever see online yet the products of this brand has been more than excellent.

I highly recommend you purchase CWD saddles, their price and quality is great and it holds its value.

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Cwd Saddles Reviews

  • CWD 2G hunter jumper saddle Review

My neighbor bought the CWD 2G hunter jumper saddle for his horse. The horse has a kissing spine, and is a high withered thoroughbred, and his trainer insisted on a CWD and it did seem to relax under the 2G.

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Meanwhile a sum of $6500 was paid – almost the price my neighbor bought the horse.

However, this is a custom saddle, they guaranteed it would fit perfectly and assured any changes would be done for free if needed.

Pros:

It helps keep the leg in the correct position
It Is one of the leading saddles in jumper saddles category.
It molds to your equine back etc.

Cons:

The bulk to this saddle is much. It almost feels like riding a western saddle.
Adjusting the girth while sitting on the horse is hard.

CWD Jumping Saddle Review

Quality:

The quality of the CWD saddle is one you would expect from a $6500 saddle. The Stirrup leather stitching lasts for years. However, their customer care service sucks!

Summary:

CWD saddle reps are a joke, and they have changed every couple of months, or at least in the Pacific NorthWest, and despite their 21 days training, they still could not fit a horse and rider (simple high withered thoroughbred and regular size rider).

While conducting research for this Cwd jumping saddle review, we found out that they do not take responsibility for a problem they cause themselves and are not helpful.

  • Se01 CWD Saddle Review

The SE02 was bought earlier but the company told me it was incorrect saddle for me and my horse and convinced me to trade it in for a custom se01with a 2c flap instead. Bought it straight from CWD seller for a price of $6,000.

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Pros:

I love the soft leather this CWD saddle has.

Cons:

I believe the construction of this saddle sucks and it did not adjust totally to the width wise anyway. The pivot placement along the tree of this saddle will cause it to break the tree and void the warranty if you try to adjust it.

CWD fails to tell it’s users this and why. The single adjustment that you can do to this saddle is the panels and that’s it.

Quality:

Coming from France, this saddle quality is a great one. I have heard of rumours of the ones being sent from Burbank after some modifications to suit your horse and you being bad ones.

How true this is, I do not know but buyer beware of sending any saddles to Burbank for whatever reason besides selling it.

Summary:

Their customer care service representatives are not that great. However, their modification skills are great and your saddle is sure to come back to you fitting your horse more than when it left.

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  1. Just this year, I bought a 2021 CWD 2G Saddle from a rep. The total final invoice for this saddle was around $9k.

    The terms and Conditions of Sale (TCS) state the saddle will be custom and “made to measure.” However, the rep just sales pitched me and I was ripe for the picking. I was so hypnotized by the look, the leather, the branding, the big logo (which I now hate), that I didn’t notice she never took a single measurement of anything.

    After two months of riding in the saddle, I was in terrible pain and so was my horse. She was bucking A LOT which was not her normal default setting at all. Every vertebra from T7-T16 had to adjusted by her chiropractor, who was the one who suggested checking saddle fit.

    I had an certified independent fitter come out and verify that it did not fit. It was too wide through the channel, too high in the back and bridging quite badly.

    When I FINALLY was able to get a response from the company, the Manager said my horse’s body had changed. I said, well, let’s see. Can we pull the measurements. He admitted to me in writing that they don’t take any measurements for their “Made-to-Measure” saddles. They decide what to order based on… wait for it… WATCHING. Yes folks, straight from the mouth of the Manager of all the reps the US and Canada, they don’t measure. They “just decided to do things differently.” They go by “Watching what happens… IN MOTION.” (Yes, these are actual quotes).

    If anyone out there is considering purchasing one of the saddles “custom,” be sure that you have the opportunity to FULLY read their Terms and Conditions of Sale! I can’t stress this enough. Their TCS is one of the worst I’ve ever seen from a company; in fact, it is downright customer abuse.

    The TCS requires that any legal action be brought in the state in FL. However, after endeavoring to file a lawsuit against CWD-USA, I discovered that the corporation is no longer active in Florida.

    I’m taking the time to put this out there in hopes of saving others from this horrible experience with this brand.

    If anyone purchased one of these saddles and it does not fit your horse, I strongly suggest reaching out to the State Consumer Protection Agency in the state in which you purchased the saddle.

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