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Sailing a horse (Western saddle)
The saddle technology will take a long time to determine the setting of your horse for riding and cycling. When you want a willing horse mate, you should be gentle and have good techniques. Below you will find detailled step-by-step instruction with photographs to saddle your horse so that it does not go in the opposite directions when it sees you comin.
As a tradition, the near (left) side is used for handling the horse. Today you see most of the people who lead, saddle and mount their horse from the nearby side. Therefore most of today's ponies are extreme "left-sided". But with the right education, horse and horseman can (and should) become right two-handed. Take care of your horse.
Whilst it is best to fully care for your horse before each riding, it is important to maintain the area in which the saddle will be located. Ensure that there is no sludge or other contamination in the saddle and that there are no wounds. Inspect your saddle, pads and RCA. Ensure that there are no buffs, grime, straws or other objects on the bottom of the saddle, saddle and RCA that could cause irritations or wounds in the saddle.
Get your saddle ready. Westernsadtel has a series of belts that can hinder it. Before you place a saddle on a horse, make sure that all harnesses are tight. RCA Buckles - Attach your flanks RCA strap to the strap end of your front RCA strap as shown in photo 3 Thread the saddle holder under the RCA strap and attach it to the strap end as shown in photos 4 and 5.
Now the RCAs are hanging safely and well. This is not necessary and we can even cause problems if the stapes fall when the saddle is saddled. The saddle technique described in step 5 keeps the stapes down. Chest Neck - Place the chest neck over the saddle fit.
There is another way to clamp the push button of the near side end of the chest flange around the side strap. Go over there and sit by the horse's side. Keep the saddle on the right hips with the right palm on the other side of the cantele and with the other side of the saddle at the forks.
Spread your legs shoulder-wide with your right leg in front of the horse's front and your right leg slightly behind your right heel. Set the saddle and upholstery. Push both the saddle and the saddle backwards by keeping the buzzer pressed and moving the saddle from side to side and back.
A general principle is that the right place leaves a distance between the horse's elbows and the front RCA of no more than three fingerbreadths. When the saddle is in place, keep the right hands on the bugle and raise the saddle with the right one.
If the saddle is in the middle of the saddle, it should be the same height on both sides. It should be at least one inches before the saddle. Ensure that none of the saddle cords get stuck under the saddle. Make sure you are the right horse for you.
Plug in the front RCA as described in How To Tie A Western RCA. If the front RCA is plugged in, you can then plug in the edge RCA if you have one. Grasp under the horse's stomach again with your right arm and grasp the other one. Fasten the side straps so that they are firm but not too narrow.
It should be easy to put your hands between the horse's stomach and the harness. Stage up the front RCA as described in How To Tie A Western RCA. Attach the chest strap. Grasp from the near side to the chest neck that was lowered in the previous crotch.
Attach the side Rigg (or Tug) to the D-ring on the front of the aprons or the front Rigg-Ring. Of course you should have to attach the Rigg-belts to the same ring on each side. Next, pass the middle tension belt through the horse's feet and attach it to the front D-ring on the central reservation of the RCA.
If you ride with a chest neck, it is very important that the central reservation of the RCA falls into the middle of the horse's stomach. When it is not in the middle, the chest flange is not as efficient and the chest flange can be rubbed against the inside of the horse's thigh.
Extend the front of the horse. Keep each foot (one by one) above the knees. The horse's stomach is stretched and wrinkles that may have caught under the harness are pulled out. It is a great RCA wound prevention surgery, also known as Gall.
You can use this method to saddle your horse in the same way every year. The establishment of a daily basis ensures that you don't miss a single stage and that a good relationship is established with your horse. Look at the other Western Saddle How To's: