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Symptomatic lameness

By Jochen Schleese|June 1st, 2013

We have discussed several aspects of a badly fitting saddle. These include incorrectly faced tree points, too narrow gullet channels, and not enough freedom at the withers all around the pommel area. All these can lead to the symptomatic appearance of various issues that warrant calling out the veterinarian, such as persistent lameness, back pain, S-I joint issues and more.

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Dear Jochen, July 4th marked the end of the trial period for Anne Lynn's new saddle, & I feel compelled to tell you that it was well worth the 4 month wait!! I've always been aware that proper saddle fit is extremely important, but my sensitive little mare seemed like an exception. As you know, I had her back x-rayed, & to my relief, her back is fine! I even put her on Regu-Mate, thinking the temperamental problems may have been due to hormone pain! You proved to me that the minor saddle fitting issues I was having with her, were enough to cause her some major discomfort, & thus make her virtually unridable! From the first day u fitted her with her new saddle to the present, she has been a new horse! Each day brings marked improvement, & more importantly, she's being compliant & happily doing as she's asked! I'm also happy to report that my vet, trainer, & masseuse have all noticed a physical change in her for the better! She's developing new muscle through her neck, back, & hind quarter, & NO SORENESS as before! Yesterday, July 18th, marked her 6th birthday, & what a happy & hopeful one it was! There's a long road ahead of us, but I can now say that there's a bright future for us to grow together as trusting dressage partners. Thank you so much for all you've done, & for sharing your years of knowledge & research! You've certainly made me a believer in you & your product!

— Liz Meigs - Wellington, FL

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