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  • Balance and Rider Position - Saddle Fit Tip Courtesy of SaddleFit 4 Life®
    Balance and Rider Position By Jochen Schleese CMS CSFT CSE Optimal saddle fit for both horse and rider is key for being balanced in the saddle. The rider needs to be in balance in order not to throw the horse off of its own center of gravity. The natural balance point of the static horse is at the sternum. The horse moves slowly forward while grazing with its head down and most of its weight o...
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  • Skin Irritations and Girths Part 3/3 - Saddlefit 4 Life®
    Check your Girth and Billet Alignment – part 3 By Jochen Schleese CMS CSE In recent tips, we talked about skin irritations and pressure caused when billets are not positioned correctly, the buckle is too high, or the shape of the girth restricts freedom. Does your saddle slide forward? Let’s examine correct girth alignment. Try this experiment: take an hourglass and try to tie a string around ...
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  • Skin Irritations and Girths Part 2/2 - Saddlefit 4 Life®
    Skin Irritations and Girth Shape part 2 of 2 - Saddlefit 4 Life ® By Jochen Schleese CMS CSE It is important to select the correct girth and billets with buckle placement to avoid pressure points which cause muscle and skin irritation. Girths come in a variety of types, lengths and materials, with different forms and functions. Many horses have an issue with the girth pinching at the elbow ...
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  • Skin Irritations and Girths Part 1 - Saddlefit 4 Life ®
    Skin Irritations and Girths – part 1 By Jochen Schleese CMS CSE In my experience, whether or not a saddle can fit properly and lie balanced on the horse’s back has a lot to do with the saddle pad and the girth. About 20% of slipping or instability issues are caused by these accessories. The function of the girth is to keep the saddle in place within the saddle support area. There are many differ...
Schleese Saddlery Service Ltd.
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  • Top 6 Signs Your Saddle May be Hurting Your Horse by Equitopia
    Caroline Hegarty Founder of Equitopia Presents - The Top 6 Signs Your Saddle May Be Hurting Your Horse with Master Saddle Fitter Jochen Schleese Does your horse pin its ears when you approach with the saddle? Does it buck, bolt or go "hollow" when being ridden? See if it is your saddle that could be creating pain, resistance and worse, long-term damage to your horse. Master Saddle Fitter Jochen ...
Schleese Saddlery Service Ltd.
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