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Saddle Fitting Sessions - West Virginia - Virginia - Maryland - Pennsylvania

May 21st, 2018 - May 31st, 2018 | West Virginia - Virginia - Maryland - Pennsylvania

Note: Dates are not confirmed and are subject to change. Some locations may change, dependent upon registrations received. Please register early to avoid disappointment as some locations fill up very quickly.

May 21 – 22 – Virginia Beach, Carrollton, Chesterfield, Charlottesville VA
May 23 – 24 – Catlett, Bluemont, Leesburg
May 25 – 26 – TBD,. Waterford, VA
May 27 – Shepherdstown, WVA. Thurmont, MD
May 28 – Mount Airy,
May 29 – TBD in Maryland
May 30 – June 2 – Pennsylvania – New Tripoli, Shippensburg, Lewiston,
Bellefonte, New Alexandria, Greater Pittsburgh area, Clarks Mills, Genesee

To schedule an appointment for this trip, with our Certified Saddle Fitter Denise Lenz and our Client Services Manager, Connie Frantzke, please register online below. For further information, please contact our trip coordinator Colleen  800-225-2242 X 31 or email

Registration and Payment Required.
Registration Deadline for Saddle Fittings:  May 11h


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First of all it was amazing to be a recipient of a saddle. I can still hardly believe it! Although I’ve only had the saddle for a short time I have noticed some things:

  1. It’s comfortable, it puts me in an excellent position and it doesn’t weigh a ton. I’m able to easily lift it onto my six-year-old mare who is over 16.1hh.
  2. My mare, Spring Song, moves beautifully in the saddle and loves it. No histrionics while saddling her. Just a sweet look and a mare ready to go for a ride.
  3. My riding coach pointed out the saddle’s gullet. It’s wide and comfortable for Spring Song.
  4. A friend who knows his way around saddles helped me fine-tune the adjustment on Spring Song. This was easy to do because of the webbing adjustment on both sides at the back of the saddle.
  5. He pointed out that the tree is adjustable, too. Yippee!
  6. Although Spring Song doesn’t have a long back (or a short one) it’s a relief that my new saddle isn’t too long. Length is most certainly a deal breaker (or maker!).
  7. In the past thirty years we’ve experienced with each of our horses the arduous search for the right saddle at various stages of each horse’s training and life. This translated to five saddles in 20 years for one Thoroughbred and three saddles in nine years for each of our two Lusitanos. With the adjustable capabilities of the Schleese saddle I’m looking forward to a lifetime of comfort for Spring Song. No saddle hunting for her!
Winnie Stott

— Winnie Stott - King City, Ontario

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