Product shout out. Far through the years was difficult to find that perfect saddle for. He has an unusually long wither which would rub raw. The Freeform saddle with the correct pad completely stopped this. Truly the only set up that works perfectly for him. He moves free and I love the contact you feel […]
I can say I’ve got over 6,500 miles on my horse in FF saddles. I’ve tried other saddles and always gone back to my FFs. I can use them on various horses and they are comfortable for me on multi-day 50-milers.
My horse Bethany GreyC ran the AHA distance nationals in Indiana this past weekend. We finished 3rd out of 20 entries in the 100-mile distance and won BC for both AERC and AHA. I believe your saddle directly contributed to the BC award.
Legend and I did out first ever 50 endurance ride on September 30 at the Metropark Express ride in Michigan. We rode in our Freeform saddle that we bought earlier this year and it has been a wonderful saddle in training and competition. Legend finished strong and sound with absolutely no back pain! It was […]
By Bobbie Jo Lieberman Soon after I finished my first 100-mile endurance ride in a borrowed Stubben Columbo made of buffalo hide, the first of a new generation of treeless saddles was creating a buzz in the horse world. In the early 1980s, treeless was a new and captivating idea. After our fifth-place finish on […]
In my past life I was an endurance rider, and hydration was a huge part of keeping our horses healthy. I’d like to pass on a few tidbits that I learned along the way. Clean fresh water is very important in the summertime. A horse can drink 10+ gallons in a day. I personally try […]
Truly the most COMFORTABLE treeless trail saddle! The Ultimate Trail Saddle is a GREAT new saddle for trail and endurance!! Woohoo! After many years of riding I wanted to design a comfy saddle for my older body. I worked for a few years on prototypes of different seat styles. Finally I’ve come up with what […]
An endurance-trail saddle. A lovely saddle with all the great Freeform western saddle adjustments, like ability to move fenders to get the correct balance for the rider. Also the cantle is movable to achieve the correct seat size for the rider. The fork is interchangeable to archive the correct fit for different sized horses. Fleece […]
Two years ago Tommy was diagnosed with IR (Insulin Resistance) and Cushings disease. http://www.myequineclinic.com/equine-cushings-disease/ it has been a long road to recovery. With the work I’ve done on diet and with the help of my vets, Jeannie Waldron DVM and Lynne Johnson DVM, and of course, my wonderful trimmer Suzanne Warsinsky, we have Tommy on […]