The Caliente, with its up-to-date design and secure seat is one of the most popular pleasure trail saddles. Available with or with out a saddle horn, it brings together the comfort of an endurance and western saddle in one word "Caliente". This saddle has a moderate to narrow twist with a slight rise to the seat. It has a contemporary design with a smooth "A" fork, and a deep secure pocket in the cantle, that features straight cantle binding. This SADDLE offers the rider support and comfort without fatigue for the all-day ride. The saddle has contoured fenders, and you can also have this saddle with or without the soft formed thigh rolls which are much nicer than the hard wooden swells of a traditional Aussie saddle for those times when your horse shies unexpectedly. Its round-skirted design enables it to fit various back lengths, making it popular with all breeds and types of "short backed" horses, and of course mules too! Great for people with back, hip or leg troubles. This saddle will have the adjustable Western rigging which is easy to adjust for proper saddle placement. It has Our flexible Easy Slide multi layered panel system. This saddle is available in a 15, 16, 17 or 18-inch seat, with or without the extra padded seat, with or without the thigh blocking, with or without a saddle horn. The fork is slick and is 9.5 inches wide at the base and is 4 inches high, measured from the seat side. The cantle height, measured from seat, is 4.5" high and 11 inches wide. The horn – if selected, is 2 1/4 inches high with a cap of 2.5" . Comes Standard with choice of Tooling. Choice of slotted conchos (stainless steel, solid brass, or leather) and leather saddle strings. Montana Silver is available for a slight up charge. Leather Laced Bell Stirrups included. Shipping will be added automatically at the time of check out. Saddle weighs approximately 26 pounds. This saddle is built on a wood and fiber glassed reinforced tree, saddle horn is triple fiber glassed.To view the various leather colors, and the optional tooling patterns, click here: "Tooling and Leather"