2nd Generation Imus Comfort Gait Bit
Imus 4-Beat® Elite
The Imus 4-Beat® Elite saddle offers all the quality and durability of the all-leather 4-Beat® saddle, but at a much lighter weight,and price!
- Only 24 lbs fully rigged
- Structurally identical to the full leather version
- Denier synthetic parts, offering durability with water and dirt resistance
Both the Imus 4-Beat and Phoenix Rising Legacy Saddles work great for both gaited and non-gaited horses. They are simply designed for complete freedom of movement and comfort--which is important for all horse types. Being comfortable under saddle makes for a happier horse with less fatigure and long-term soundness issues. It allows your horse to move naturally in-balanced, without forced collection or hollowing out of the frame. All the information below applies to both Imus 4-Beat and Phoenix Rising Legacy Saddles.
Saddle fit and saddle dynamics are two very important topics to consider when determining fit for both you and your horse. The links to the articles and video below outline the features and benefits of our saddles and we want those riding in our tack to have a full understanding of the how's and why's behind the design of the Imus 4-Beat® & Phoenix Rising Legacy Saddles.
We find the more informed our customers are prior to purchase, the happier and more sure they are when they receive their saddle.If you are looking for the best gaited horse western trail saddle, you've found the right place! Our trail saddles work great for both gaited and non-gaited horses. They are designed to be comfortable for your horse, allowing complete freedom of movement, which is especially important not just for gaited horses, but any type of horse!
In addition to the information below, we also provide individual consultations through phone or email and are happy to answer any questions you may have. We also provide post-sale support so if you have any questions or want to send pics or run anything by us we're here to help, and are pretty good at trouble-shooting if something seems off.