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Course B: Independent Schleese Western Fitter – Nov. 24-25, 2018

$800.00

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Qualify to fit and sell the Schleese Western Saddle in this intensive 2-Day course. An optional CEE designation upon completion of the externship.

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Date: November 24-25, 2018

Cost : $800.00 USD

Venue: Equine Behaviour Center, Clonbinane, Victoria, Australia

Course Description:
Train with world-renowned Jochen Schleese to evaluate western saddles, while learning how to adjust the fit to both horse and rider. An optional CEE designation on completion of your externship.

Topics include:
• The 9 Points of Saddle Fit
• Human and Equine Anatomy
• Biomechanics of Horse and Rider

Additional Information

Prerequisite:

You must have previously completed and submitted the application form for the (ISWF) Independent Schleese Western Fitter at https://schleese.com/independent-schleese-western-fitter-application-form-australia/ and have been subsequently accepted to take the ISWF course.

Date:

November 24-25, 2018

Cost:

$800.00 USD

Location:

Equine Behaviour Center, Clonbinane, Victoria, Australia

Cancellation Policy:

To be announced shortly.

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Thank you so much for all you have done for women and for horses. I grew up on a cattle ranch, riding bareback, and western from a young age. When I became interested in dressage some years ago, I tried a saddle that someone I knew had for sale. After riding in it, my crotch was extremely sore and numb... I mentioned this to my friend, (an equine vet) whom I respected. She told me that if I wanted to ride dressage I would have to get used to it, and basically that if you are not raw and unable to walk after riding, you are not riding 'hard enough.' Wow. Thank goodness I did not buy the saddle. I was unable to find anything acceptable to me for my price, so for many years I rode in a 'Sensation' Treeless Dressage saddle. It felt like bareback, and at least I was not injuring my horses and myself. But it was difficult to find and maintain a correct position. About a year ago I first rode in a Schleese when my friend allowed me to ride her horse, and her new saddle she had just purchased. I instantly felt relaxed and supported everywhere. My legs were able to hang so nicely from the hip joints. Comfort, and absolute security! I was shocked that it felt MORE comfortable than my treeless saddle which is extremely close contact and nice to sit in. Also, I must mention that this horse, who I had ridden in the past and found him to be unpleasant, was NOT THE SAME HORSE! He was happy and able to go in a light contact in an engaged way. He no longer rushed, braced, inverted, and chewed the bit. These things were gone. So I of course bought my own Schleese not long afterward. I am very impressed with the saddle's excellent quality and perfect fit to my body. I am lucky it works for me, since I bought it used. I am very delighted with it. I recently had it reflocked by one of your staff and the customer service was perfect. I learned a lot and I am very happy with the results. Can't say enough good things about your company! Thank you for helping so many horses and women who ride in your saddles!

— Dana Nordin, Saskatchewan

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