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Fundamentals of Saddle Fitting - Part 1

More than once a client comes to the shop and says: "Finding the right nut is more difficult than trying to find the right one. "Not only must the seat be adapted to the horseman, but also to the horses.

Let's start with your steed. Has your stallion a highly visible withers or a low "mutton" withers? Has your stallion been raised up or down? The determination of each of these elements helps you to get a better idea of how your horses are assembled. And the best way to start is to trace your horse's back.

Below are guidelines for easy tracking of your horse's back. 1. place the stallion on a flat floor, preferrably crosswise, and stand as perpendicular as possible, i.e. the four legs of the stallion should form an imagine squares. Put a flexible straight edge (available at any shop for drawing purposes or handicrafts) over the horse's back, three finger behind the tip of the shoulders, and push it evenly to fit the back of your horseshape.

Gently raise the straight edge and place it on a large file. It indicates whether your stallion has a pronounced shrinkage or a shallow sheep meat residue, an athrophy behind the shoulder blade and tell us the correct width of the required throat area. Next, place the straight edge over the middle back of the rider and repeatedly scan the inside corner for the file.

Indicates the duct width needed for the appropriate seat. Next, find the horse's eighteenth chest vertebra by touching the last of the ribs (note where the coat is growing down towards the floor, just before the horse's flank) and walk to the horse's vertebra. Place the flexible straightedge once again over the horse's back and scan the file again.

Finally, level the straight edge and contours to your horse's top line between the first spot you followed and the last spot you followed. It is the same as the top-line built of the horses, no matter if it is going upwards, downwards or with the back to swing. As soon as these tracing operations are completed, bring them to your tackle store and they can perform measurement to tell you what your horses needs for a good fitting.

Well, now that the equine has been taken into consideration, it's the rider's turn. First of all, the driver has to choose what kind of ride he wants to do. When you are interested in jump fencing, a tight fit or a jump pad is best. Assuming you choose flat work or flat work, a flat job is probably the best option.

When all the above interests interest you (and you can only buy one saddle), a general Purpose Sattel is the right one for you. In order to find the right length of seats and flaps, you need to get into some of them. If you are sitting in a properly sitting harness, you should have a width of the hand between the knob and your hips and a width of the hand between your butt and the end of the cape.

There is no need for conceit, no compressing into a smaller nut when you need a bigger chair. As soon as you have found your right sitting height, the length of the flaps may be more difficult to find due to the length of the temple needed for each event. If your feet are in the stirrups at the right length for your sport, your knees should be a perfect match for the universal or near fitting universal boot and for the upper leg section of the training top.

When your knuckle stretches across the front of the hatch of a regular hatch, you will need a longer or more front hatch. When your legs do not extend to the knuckle roller / upper femur blocks and cannot be used efficiently, you will need a seat with a quick tab. More important information on how to fit your seat can be found in the November/December edition of The Waxhaw Equestrian, as Caitlyn will talk about assembling the two parts of the jigsaw and trying out seats on your own horses.

Originally published in the 2014 Autumn issue of Waxhaw Equestrian Magazine, this paper is published on our website with our previous approval.

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