"Spreading the word about proper saddle fit & how it affects our horse's behavior, performance & ultimately the health of horse & rider."     Terry Peiper, Independent Saddle Fitter serving areas of Tennessee & Alabama  


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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 pai

Good saddle fit:

  • Prevents needless pain, suffering & possible permanent damage
  • Saves time & money spent on lessons, training & vet bills
  • Allows horse & rider to enjoy the ride & comfortably become one


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  Our horses change shape due to age, conditioning, training, nutrition and seasons.  If you buy a saddle that fits really well today and it cannot be adjusted, you might be saddle shopping again really soon.  So that the saddle can continue to fit as the horse develops or if you change horses, we only offer saddles that are adjustable.   We recommend having your saddle fit every 6-12 months.

Specialized Saddles- adjustable trail & endurance saddles

TW Saddlery- adjustable trail & western performance saddles

Peter Horobin-adjustable trail, dressage, jump & endurance saddles

DP Saddlery-adjustable trail, western performance & endurance saddles