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Saddle Stitch News - 11/06/2018

November 6th, 2018

Saddle Stitch: Your Monthly Schleese News & Updates NEWS: Schleese Team at the Business Excellence Awards 2018! Check out this great group photo of the Schleese team at the Newmarket Chamber of Commerce 2018 Business Excellence Awards Ceremony last week. Schleese, among other companie...

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Another Schleese Innovation Launching Shortly

October 24th, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   For Further information contact: Miriam Boutros-Dale, Managing Director miriam@schleese.com 1-800-225-2242 ex 41   Another Schleese Innovation Launching Shortly Once again Schleese leads the world of saddle fit! After having worked with over 150,000 saddle fit evaluations in the last 40 years, we have come to the realiza...

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Saddle Stitch News - 10/04/2018

October 11th, 2018

Saddle Stitch: Your Monthly Internal Schleese News & Updates NEWS: Saddlefit4Life Class of 2018!   Huge congratulations to the 8 graduating students of the S4L Certified Equine Ergonomist Course! We are so proud of their hard work and dedication and welcome them to the Global Network o...

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Saddle Stitch News - 09/04/2018

September 4th, 2018

Saddle Stitch: Your Monthly Internal Schleese News & Updates NEWS: Jochen, Chris and Odia's Record Breaking Trip!   Huge congratulations to this trio on accomplishing an incredibly successful and very busy New England trip that managed to break all records - even beating our Las Vegas ...

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Saddle Stitch News - 08/04/2018

August 4th, 2018

Saddle Stitch: Your Monthly Internal Schleese News & Updates SFT Spotlight This month's featured Saddle Fit Technician is Natalie Sauner! With 10 years' experience as a Certified Saddle Fit Technician, Natalie is passionate about improving...

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Hello Julia, Just wanted to thank you for coming to Millbrook.  It is hard to believe a saddle can make such a difference to both horse and rider, for good or bad!  Both horses are going in a more relaxed state, raising their backs easily and getting their legs under them.  Both are picking up canters on either rein.  I rode the small one for 2.5 hours through the Ganny on Sunday, up and down hills and the saddle remained in position and he was a happy boy.  I had no hip or ankle pain at all.  After getting home I walked the dog and then rode the Canadien.  In the summer I would not have been able to even think of doing that as my hip would have been so sore.  I feel 40 years younger and would not hesitate to event again if I had the horse and a proper Schleese saddle.  I might even be looking forward to doing Dressage with Duc, or at least reining with Laddie! Thanks again and hope you and Charlie had a good trip home!

— Ann Lanz - Millbrook, Ontario

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