On top of the news that we now supply Jeffries and Harry Dabbs saddles we can now announce that we supply the amazing dressage saddles from Custom Saddlery in Walsall.
Mayfield Saddlery is your one-stop shop for saddles, accoutrements such as girths, pads, bridles, and both saddle and bridle fitting. We are based in East Sussex but also serve the surrounding counties of Kent, Surrey, West Sussex and the South East (also further afield by arrangement).
Mayfield Saddlery has one of the largest ranges of major saddle brands in the South East with over 20 well known brands readily available. We also have a useful stock of used saddles. We have chosen the brands that we stock with considerable care such that we are able to offer the right saddle whatever your requirement in terms of function, quality and price, and whether you are wanting a basic hacking GP saddle, or a top flight dressage, show-jumping or eventing saddle.
We believe in happy satisfied customers and even happier horses! To achieve this we take enormous care in discussing the detailed rider requirements, then measuring and assessing the horse, and also the rider and horse as a combination. Based on this analysis we can recommend the optimum solution, which is sometimes a new or used saddle, and sometimes just some minor adjustment to an existing saddle.
If you need a saddler or a saddle / bridle fitter then we are the place to come for an exceptional personal service. We ensure all our customers are absolutely 'delighted' with our service - as witness our exceedingly high repeat customer base (see also our Testimonial page).
Mayfield Saddlery is run by Juliette Lilly, a qualified saddler and a saddle and bridle fitter - who is registered and qualified with the Society of Master Saddlers (the professional body in the UK) for both activities.
We accept credit cards and have a mobile credit card facility (to ease the pain!).
Feel free to call or e-mail us (see contact page) to discuss your requirements with no obligation.
'Thank you Mayfield Saddlery for fixing my saddle and for the treats in your pocket'