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Dressage Saddle Options Chart

 

Jumping Saddle Options Chart

Dressage Thigh Block Styles

Pricing *

# Style Approx. Measurements: (cm)  (L)* (W)* (H)* Price
1 External ¾ Support (OB)  L-23cm  W-7cm  H-8cm $195
2 External Full Support  L-35cm  W-9cm  H-9cm $195
3 External ½ Support  L-23cm  W-8cm  H-5cm $195
4 External Flat Pad  L-39cm  W-11cm  H-2cm $195
5 Wedge – Small  L-26cm  W-7.5cm  H-3.5cm $95
5 Wedge – Large  L-26cm  W-7.5cm  H-5cm $95
6 Wave Style  L-24cm  W-7.5cm  H-7.5cm $95
7 Creeky Style  L-25cm  W-7cm  H-7cm $95
8 Remonte  L-17cm  W-6.5cm  H-4.5cm $95
9 KN Style  L-22cm  W-5cm  H-5cm $95
10 Tear Drop Style  L-21cm  W-10cm  H-7cm $95
*if sold separately

Jumping Thigh & Calf Block Styles

 Pricing *

# Style Approx. Measurements: (cm)   (L)* (W)* (H)* Price
1 Internal Thigh and Calf Block – Eagle (sold in sets of 4) L-14cm W-6cm H-4.5cm  /  L-13cm W-5cm H-4cm $65
2 Internal Thigh Eagle and Calf Blocks Pencil (sold in sets of 4) L-12cm W-5cm H-4cm  /   L-16cm W-4.5cm H-4.5cm $65
3 Remonte (sold in pairs) L-17cm W-6.5cm H-4.5cm $95
4 External Full Flat Pad (sold in pairs) L-21cm W-8cm H-4cm $125
5 External ¾ Support (sold in pairs) L-18cm W-8cm H-7cm $125
6 External 1/2 Support (sold in pairs) L-12cm W-8cm H-5cm $125
*if sold separately

 

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Testimonial from a client who responded to a post on Chronicle of the Horse Forums. Hate to say it, but 99.999% of all riders/trainers/vets/chiropractors have no idea whether a saddle fits or not- and Jochen Schleese has done the research and the innovation to determine what does fit. My 3 year old started to give me the same signs as this mare [bucking] - thank God I was lucky enough to attend a lecture by JS the next weekend and I then did quite a bit of investigating what he had to offer. I took the plunge and even with a loaner saddler in the interim the results are phenomenal. No more issues with my young horse, and my older horse who I was on the verge of retiring because of cascading soundness issues is now going better and sounder every single day- and doing work which he has never been able to do before. Of course, I was able to change the saddle on my young horse BEFORE he learned to defend himself by rearing and bucking and it became a habit. A new saddle is considerably cheaper than sending her somewhere to another "fixer" trainer.

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