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  1. #1
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    Default Jefferies JMX to try?

    Anyone know where one might find one to try? I found a British site where I can get a new one in size/color/width that I want for $1600... I was considering a Flyover as well but they aren't made in black... Although I'm questioning my sanity for deciding to switch to black tack knowing I'd be buying used. I probably could have found a saddle 10x over if I wanted havanna/brown lol. Anyway I can't seem to find anywhere that carries them here in the US, nor a used one here that has the right sizes all around, but obviously want to try before I buy!!



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    Kate Wilson of Dutchess Bridle and Saddle sells those saddles along with albions and some other british brands, i would get in touch with her



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    Rick's Heritage had Flyovers in black last time I was there........ only color they had in stock when I wanted brown.



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    You have a PM
    Some riders change their horse, they change their saddle, they change their teacher; they never change themselves.



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    I have both the Flyover and the JMX in black. John Meriwether of Meriwether Saddlery sells them and has a generous try out policy if you want to buy from him. pm me if you want contact info. PS. John is the JM of JMX and does custom work with the JMX.



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    I just purchased a JMX from Dana Spark out of SC (Saddles with Spark). She is wonderful and usually has one or two for a demo. I was able to demo both a medium and MW before purchasing.

    For the price, it really is a lovely saddle. However, if I had ambitions of jumping 3'+ (I'm just a weanie adult with zero aspirations of going over Novice), I would want the 18" seat or a more forward flap.

    Good Luck!



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    Quote Originally Posted by MtyMax View Post
    I just purchased a JMX from Dana Spark out of SC (Saddles with Spark). She is wonderful and usually has one or two for a demo. I was able to demo both a medium and MW before purchasing.

    For the price, it really is a lovely saddle. However, if I had ambitions of jumping 3'+ (I'm just a weanie adult with zero aspirations of going over Novice), I would want the 18" seat or a more forward flap.

    Good Luck!
    Thanks! Sent her an email. I'm def looking for 18" or would need 17.5 with VERY forward flap!



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