TweetEmail TweetEmailI am always looking for good examples of how horses change when they are worked under saddle. Last week I came across a great one. There was an added bonus that he also gets regular care from an equine body … Read More
TweetEmail TweetEmailI wanted to do a quick rundown of the top 5 saddle fitting errors or issues that I run into when consulting on saddle fit. First of all, the symptoms I have listed can have other causes. But if … Read More
TweetEmail TweetEmailOften in any kind of equine sport the word TENSION might as well be a four letter word and is much to be avoided. This is absolutely correct except one large and important exception. I am talking the spine. The … Read More
In a Tight Spot! – Where should my girth/cinch go?
TweetEmail TweetEmailThis was a topic at my saddle fittings in Carmel Valley this last weekend and it inspired me to put some pictures together to explain different girth/cinch positions depending on your horse’s conformation. Also saddle moving backwards or forwards … Read More
TweetEmail TweetEmailThe most common pictures that I receive when being asked if a saddle is bridging or not are these: It is thought that the areas with no dust are an indication that the saddle is not touching in … Read More