S-Series Anatomic GP

  • Archived
Colour Black, Brown
Seat Size 17, 17½, 18
Changeable Gullet R-Bar
Series S-Series
Conformation Standard Wither

This is the GP saddle for you if you have a horse with large shoulders, big shoulder movement or asymmetric shoulders due to muscle imbalance or wastage. The cut is forward enough to allow for jumping, hunting, schooling and hacking.

All Kent & Masters S-Series saddles share the features below, while this S-Series Anatomic GP also benefits from the following details

    • The patented panel design eliminates the part of the panel which can restrict the shoulder and replaces it with a versatile double-block system. The horse does not have the panel restricting its shoulder, so is able to move more freely.
    • On a conventional saddle, pressure at the front transmits to movement at the rear of the saddle. Without this front pressure, the saddle is able to stay still even during big shoulder movements.
    • The Velcro support blocks on the underside of the flap come in two different depths and are easily interchangeable. So using a deeper block on the side with less shoulder muscle can allow a rider to sit symmetrically on a horse with asymmetric shoulders.
    • Knee and calf blocks provide support for the rider’s legs.
    • Ghosted stitching on the knee pad helps it contour neatly around the knee block and ensures added comfort.
    • Knee and calf pads are hide covered.
    • A universal open-headed tree and broad panel design that interfaces well with most conformations.
    • Changeable girthing arrangement which allows saddle stability to be optimised instantly (see girthing options below).

All Kent & Masters saddles benefit from the following features:

For details of fitting features specific to individual saddles, see the ‘fitting solution’ section

handmade in walsallHandmade in Walsall

We have been making saddles at our workshop in the West Midlands for more than 25 years. Our skilled craftsmen are qualified Master Saddlers who use traditional saddle-making techniques to ensure each and every saddle is made with consistency, care, love and attention to detail.


Design know-how

Our in-house design team includes riders who have competed internationally, qualified saddle fitters, technical specialists and experienced horsemen. This unique combination of talent, expertise and experience allows us to produce saddles for horses and riders of every shape at every level.


Pressure testing

We test all our designs thoroughly using Pliance Pressure mapping to ensure the saddles perform to the highest standards of pressure distribution, allowing your horse to move freely and comfortably without hindrance.


changeable gullet barsChangeable gullet bar

A changeable gullet bar allows you or your saddle fitter to modify the width of the saddle’s gullet to suit the horse’s wither profile as the horse changes shape with either exercise, muscle development, maturity or rest. There are 8 options in the short S-bar and 7 in the long R-bar.

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Campaign for Real Wool100% British wool flocking

Wool is a natural fibre and provides superior softness and comfort for the horse because it moulds and settles quickly, giving optimum panel contact with the horse’s back. Two reinforced flocking slots make it easy for your saddle fitter to do any necessary adjustments to fit on-site

Find out more about 'The campaign for wool' here www.campaignforwool.org/



Kent & Masters GP Saddles are fitted with three girth straps (billets), the third one being moveable.
This flexible girthing arrangement allows saddle stability to be optimised instantly.


Girthing Neutral PositionBegin by girthing in the neutral position using the second and third billet.
(NOTE: This is the same as girthing on the first and third billets on a saddle with a conventional girthing system)


Girthing saddle move forwardIf you find the saddle slips forward, you can use the point (front) strap and the third strap


Girthing saddle move backwardIf the back of the saddle lifts away from the horse’s back, move the third strap onto the floating balance position


Girthing DO NOTNEVER girth using the point strap and first strap. This causes saddle instability and potential discomfort for your horse.


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