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Schleese in the Media

We occasionally forwards press releases to the American Horse Publications group about ongoing and upcoming events.

Schleese and Saddlefit 4 Life Continue to Lead the Equestrian Industry with Equine Professional Education Impact

June 25th, 2018

From: American Horse Publications via AHP-LIST [mailto:ahp-list@mailman.bloodhorse.com] Sent: June-11-18 7:54 PM To: AHP-LIST@mailman.bloodhorse.com Subject: AHP NEWSGROUP: Schleese and Saddlefit 4 Life Continue to Lead the Equestrian Industry with Equine Professional Education Impact   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 11, 2018   For more information contact: Mur...

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Schleese Video “Beyond the 9 Points of Saddle Fitting” Named as Finalist in the NY Equus Film Festival

November 13th, 2017

From: American Horse Publications via AHP-LIST [mailto:ahp-list@mailman.bloodhorse.com] Sent: November-04-17 2:13 PM To: AHP-LIST@mailman.bloodhorse.com Subject: AHP NEWSGROUP: Schleese Video “Beyond the 9 Points of Saddle Fitting” Named as Finalist in the NY Equus Film Festival   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact: Sabine Schleese sab...

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AHP Newsgroup: Gerd Heuschmann Designs Saddle with Jochen Schleese

March 21st, 2017

AHP Newsgroup: Gerd Heuschmann Designs Saddle with Jochen Schleese For Immediate Release March 20, 2017 For Further Questions: Angelika Schleese Managing Director Angelika.schleese@schleese-gmbh.de   Gerd Heuschmann Designs Saddle with Jochen Schleese Renowned veterinarian Dr. Gerd Heuschmann and well-known Certified Master Saddler and Saddle Ergonomist Joche...

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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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