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Scheduling an Evaluation

Registration Form Icon - shutterstock_441202261Upcoming Saddle Fitting Events

Have a look at our upcoming saddle fitting events in your area or contact us to arrange a date for an event at your barn. Depending the location, we usually require a minimum number of horse and rider evaluations at a location, but we will do our best to work around your needs. If you are hosting your first clinic, ask about complimentary Saddlefit 4 Life® lecture demos.

Secure On-line Registration is Easy

Just follow the link on our web schedule. Your pre-payment of $159 (per horse) confirms your appointment (first come first serve). Again – we will do our best to accommodate specific requests, but please recognize that we are trying to work with the needs of all of the registrants.

After Registration

  • A Schleese Clinic Coordinator or your saddle fit event host will provide appointment times.
  • We are happy to provide custom posters to organizers to help spread the word.
  • Arriving 30 minutes before your appointment time allows you to prepare to ride (helmets are required).
  • Plan to spend 45-120 minutes with our Saddle Ergonomists depending on your needs.
  • A written report explaining the issues with recommended solutions is provided at the end of your appointment.

Questions?

Our friendly customer service staff are happy to help. Contact info@schleese.com or call 800.225.2242.

Register for your 80-point saddle-fit evaluation today.

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"My horse General is a 13-year old Andalusian cross with a history of early training in an over-collected frame. Although he achieved some success in training level tests, it was difficult to get him to stretch out or generate impulsion from behind. Since obtaining his Schleese Obrigado saddle he has blossomed. His back swings more freely and his hind legs reach far underneath his body. His shoulders move much more freely in both trot and canter. The rhythm of his gaits is much improved. Within a month, his certified massage therapist noted a marked improvement in his muscles. In two recognized dressage shows in 2013, General and his rider/trainer Debbie Welch qualified for the GAIG Region 1 Finals in the Training Level Open Division"

— Ann Corrigan, Springfield, VA

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