To take a wither tracing you will need a flexible wither curve, a pen, and a large, sturdy piece of paper.
You will need to take measurements at 3 different points along the horse’s back. Line “A” is 2-3 inches behind the shoulder blade, Line “B” is at the horse’s last thoracic vertebra, and Line “C” is along the spine from A to B.
First, ensure that your horse is standing square, and that their head is in a natural, forward position.
Fold your tracing curve in half, then lay it 2″-3″ behind the horse’s scapula (shoulder blade) so that it is sitting perpendicular to the ground. Gently for the tracer to mimic the curve of the wither.