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Image of 17.5 inch Albion K2 Jump Black Wide On Trial Sale! 17.5 inch Albion K2 Jump Black Wide (S5564)
Used 17.5 inch W Black
£ 1,325 .00 Was: £ 1,450.00
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Image of 17.5 inch Albion SLK Black Medium Sale! 17.5 inch Albion SLK Black Medium (C3000)
Used 17.5 inch M Black
£ 570 .00 Was: £ 600.00
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Image of 17 inch Albion K2 Dressage Black Wide Sale! 17 inch Albion K2 Dressage Black Wide (C2980)
Used 17 inch W Black
£ 1,499 .00 Was: £ 1,699.00
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Image of 17 inch Albion SLK II Ultima Black Sale! 17 inch Albion SLK II Ultima Black (C3014)
Used 17 inch Black
£ 1,350 .00 Was: £ 1,500.00
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Image of 17.5 inch Albion K2 GP Brown Medium Wide Sale! 17.5 inch Albion K2 GP Brown Medium Wide (C3033)
Used 17.5 inch MW Brown
£ 570 .95 Was: £ 650.00
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Image of 17 inch Albion K2 CC Jump Brown Wide On Trial Sale! 17 inch Albion K2 CC Jump Brown Wide (N1309)
Ex Demo 17 inch W Brown
£ 1,799 .00 Was: £ 2,300.00
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Image of 17 inch Albion K4 Jump Black Medium Wide Sale! 17 inch Albion K4 Jump Black Medium Wide (N1159)
Ex Demo 17 inch MW Black
£ 2,750 .00 Was: £ 3,300.00
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Image of 17.5 inch Albion K4 Jump Brown Medium Wide Sale! 17.5 inch Albion K4 Jump Brown Medium Wide (N1160)
Ex Demo 17.5 inch MW Brown
£ 2,750 .00 Was: £ 3,300.00
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Albion Saddles for Sale

Albion is a popular brand of English saddles. Manufactured in Walsall, Albion Saddlemakers produce a range of top quality English leather saddles suited to a wide range of disciplines. 

Albion England was established in 1985, with a desire to pioneer a premium range of equestrian competition saddles, bridles and accessories. Over the years Albion Saddlemakers have had some extremely popular saddles such as the K2 Jump saddle, SLK dressage saddle, Albion K2 GP,  Fabrento and Kontact Lite event saddle to name a few. 

Albion's current range of saddles offers something to suit most horses and riders through their various tree types including flat tree, thoroughbred tree, warmblood tree and their latest C&C (Cob and Connie) tree.

All of Albion's saddles are traditional wool flocked saddles, built on laminated beechwood trees. Many of the Albion saddles manufactured after 2013 feature the ever popular Albion Adjusta tree which can be altered up or down 2 sizes by a qualified Albion saddle fitter. 

Here at The Saddle Bank we are proud to stock a fantastic selection of Albion saddles for sale. We stock new Albion saddles, used Albion saddles and also ex demo saddles. Therefore there is something to suit every price point. At The Saddle Bank, you will find a selection of Albion jump saddles, Albion dressage saddles, plus many more all available with a 5 day UK trial so you can check the fit for you and your horse. If you cannot find the Albion saddle you are looking for please get in touch with our team who will be happy to help. 

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Albion Saddle FAQs

Are Albion Saddles Adjustable?
Some Albion saddles are built on the Albion Adjusta tree. This is a traditional wooden tree, which can be adjusted up or down 2 sizes by Albion or an Albion qualified saddle fitter. However, it is not recommended that this is done multiple times as it can damage and distort the tree if not done correctly.
Are Albion saddles made from leather?
How do I know what tree a saddle is built on?
Where can I find the serial number on my Albion saddle?
Where are Albion Saddles made?
Are Albion saddles foam panels?
What does NS mean on the stamp?
What does LH mean on the stamp?
What is the Albion C&C tree?
What is the difference between the K2 Jump and K3 Jump?
How to tell the age of an Albion saddle
Can you alter an Albion saddle before sending it to me on trial?
What does 295, 315, and 335 mean on some of the Albion dressage models?
Which gullet bars do Albion take?
What is the difference between Ultima and standard leather?