Good saddle fit:

  • Is simply described as damage control
  • Prevents needless pain, suffering & possible permanent damage
  • Saves time & money spent on lessons, training & vet bills
  • Allows horse & rider to comfortably become one

Signs of poor saddle fit:

 

  • Hock, stifle & back soreness
  • Kissing spines and bumps
  • Muscle atrophy
  • White hair & rubs
  • Poor posture like high withers, bulging shoulders & large shoulder holes
  • Behavior issues like biting, girthiness, bucking or bolting
  • Performance issues like wrong leads, short strides & lack of engagement
  • Unexplained lameness
  • Rider's hip, back & knee pain