Test Ride That Westen Saddle

When you and your horse move together in comfort and support with a well-fit saddle, you've got harmony in motion. But if your saddle doesn't fit, it's like an uncomfortable shoe, leading to pain, imbalance and, in some cases, bad habits. Read this excerpt from The Western Horse's Pain-Free Back and Saddle Fit Book by Dr. Joyce Harman. From EquiSearch.com
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When you and your horse move together in comfort and support with a well-fit saddle, you've got harmony in motion. But if your saddle doesn't fit, it's like an uncomfortable shoe, leading to pain, imbalance and, in some cases, bad habits. Read this excerpt from The Western Horse's Pain-Free Back and Saddle Fit Book by Dr. Joyce Harman. From EquiSearch.com

When you and your horse move together in comfort and support with a well-fit saddle, you've got harmony in motion. But if your saddle doesn't fit, it's like an uncomfortable shoe, leading to pain, imbalance and, in some cases, bad habits.

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Obviously, saddle-shopping starts with careful evaluation--you look for a saddle that fits you, and you check measurements to see if it will fit your horse. But once you've found a saddle you think fits you both, your next step is to take it for a spin. The saddle is a communication device in this situation, and it's important to read the messages it gives you.

Read this excerpt from The Western Horse's Pain-Free Back and Saddle Fit Book by Dr. Joyce Harman published in EquiSearch.com.