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.
Several years ago the wonderful woman who started my adventure of trimming my own horses, Suzanne, said to me many, many times “Paulita, you need to set up the paradise paddock system for your horses.” She went into detail of how it helps with laminitis, keeps the weight down and promotes overall wonderful horse health. […]
April has lots of great tips here! Why saddles don’t fit I invite you to go out to your horse and tie them on a flat surface and stand on a stool or bucket 5-10 foot behind them and notice how one side rump is higher. Now notice how one side of the back where […]
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 […]
This new saddle pad is built for both treeless and treed saddles. It has a wonderful high wither relief, Sympanova backing, and 100% polyester air net fabric on the top. The materials permit improved breathability. It is amazing how well air flows through, helping to keep your horse’s back cool and provide comfort even during […]