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Schleese Independent Saddle Fitter Course – Australia

$1,300.00

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Schleese Independent Saddle Fitter Course – Dec. 2 – 5, 2019, Greenvale, Victoria

Become an Authorized Independent Schleese Fitter qualified to fit both English and Western saddles. Join our team of highly qualified and sought after fitters after this 4-day training course.

Course Duration: 4 days (8:00 am  – 4:30 pm)

Required Prerequisite: CEE Course.

Cost: CAD $1300

Class Size: Limited to 10-20 participants

Location: Highfield Equestrian Centre, Greenvale, Victoria, Australia

Course Description

The Schleese Independent Saddle Fitter course will focus on tree adjustments and flocking, and all adjustments for the English & Western saddle line made by Schleese. All students must complete the CEE course to enter into this course, as well as currently be working as a saddle fitter.

Students will receive a $1000 CAD rebate after selling 5 saddles within the first year.

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The saddle has arrived despite all the problems with Quarantine...what a relief! It is beautiful!!! I have now ridden in it for 10 days or so and perfectly at ease. On the pictures you can see I have a mammoth instead of a mare....I am waiting for a string mohair girth as the neoprene I am using pulls on those very long hair and she doesn't like it! The only small problem is that the saddle seems to shift to the right. There is some rubbed hair at the back on the right side. But... I am collapsed to the right especially at the walk. At the trot I am much straighter and so is the saddle. My mare has also a lower right hip compare to the left one...so we are not helping each other...2 left handed souls. I got my daughter on the saddle and it was straight so the problem is mainly me. 'Melita' pushes me to the right and in doing the saddle slid to the right. Pushing the saddle left is a no no at the moment as more hair get caught... Her movements are much much better especially her walk! So if you could look at the pictures and see if we need to alter the fit in anyway that would be great. Thank you again for all the help with customs! Kind Regards

— Dominique Fletcher - Duffys Forest NSW, Australia

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