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Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip 7 - Saddle Straightness

A saddle should not fall off to one side when viewed from the front or back. Tree points should be positioned behind both scapuale (shoulder blades).

Lexol Leather Care Products

Lexol is the most trusted name in leather care. The Lexol family of leather care products is carefully formulated to maintain the beauty and durability of all types of...

How to Buy a Turnout Blanket

Dress your horse smart! Know how to buy a turnout blanket from SmartPak

How to Properly Lead a Horse

Charles Wilhelm shows how to properly lead a horse.

Saddle Fitting Tip: Thank You to Our Amazing Clients and their Horses

93 yr. old Elsa Mikkelson's riding video testimonial of her experience with Schleese.

Mane 'n Tail ProTect Product Line

The Mane 'n Tail ProTect product line is a line of Anti-Microbial medicated products that are Veterinary Strength.

Sooner Custom Living Quarters Trailer

Since its inception in 1956, Sooner Trailers have produced and designed trailers for horse men and women traveling on a weekly and daily basis. Their all aluminum trailer...

Charles Wilhelm - Trailer Loading Part 2

Successful trailer loading depends on correct timing of pressure and release.

Video: Chronic Laminitis and Founder

In this video from the Animal Health Foundation, Dr. Walsh explains chronic laminitis and current methods of hoof mechanics to support damaged feet. He explains abnormal...

Stirrup Driving Your Young Horse

Teach your colt to accept the feel of a saddle in motion to avoid getting bucked off later.

Charles Wilhelm shows how to introduce your horse to the mechanical cow

Charles Wilhelm shows how to introduce your horse to the mechanical or electric cow.

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