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“I don’t care if I’m not comfortable in the saddle; the main thing is it fits the horse.” I’m sure many saddle fitters and sales people have heard this statement...
It is much easier (less time and expense) from a craftsman’s point of view as a saddler to build a treeless saddle than to build a treed saddle. However as a rider, Certified Master...
The saddle (as interface between horse and rider) has the potential to inflict the most anatomical and physiological damage when it no longer fits.
Horse owners spend literally fortunes on various external applications for their horses – pharmaceuticals, physiotherapy, supplements, shoeing, yet may not be convinced about the necessity to pay a
The illustrations show shoulder blade rotation and movement during different foreleg motion. It is obvious that a saddle with an incorrectly adjusted tree angle, incorrect tree width, or...
Why do so many female riders have back problems, slipped disc, or issues with L4, L5 vertebrae? Why do female riders have difficulty achieving correct position (shoulders, hips and heels in...
Stay steady! Know how to safely adjust stirrups and girth while mounted in english tack
Many challenges are faced by female riders sitting in saddles that are essentially 'gender inappropriate'. Why are you experiencing those bouts of discomfort -- back aches, hip aches, bladder
The ongoing controversy - Treed or Treeless?
Produced by Certified Horsemanship Association, this short video features nationally known natural horsemanship trainer Julie Goodnight demonstrating how to safely bridle a horse.
Watch the video for important breastcollar and back-cinch attachment and fitting tips from the Certified Horsemanship Association, as explained by Brent Morgan, CHA president.
Beware - the saddle may be putting excess pressure on your horse’s lumbar area
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