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Adam Ellis Bravo Dressage Saddle
The Adam Ellis Bravo -- twin sister to the Adam Ellis Brio -- is built on a flatter tree than the Brio. It is straightforward to fit to many of the flatter-backed warmbloods that are prevalent in dressage, and increasingly in eventing. Its versatility for both horse and rider make it an excellent choice for young horses as they go through rapid developmental changes. Its strength is that it is not overly shape-specific; it has a lot of tolerance for horses' backs to change over time and in motion. As with the Brio, the blocks are on Velcro as standard, which increases the versatility of the saddle. Several of our clients use this saddle for both dressage and for hacking and endurance riding with different sets of blocks for riding at different stirrup lengths.