New Book Explores the Painful Truth of Saddle Fit and Offers Innovative Solutions for Horse and Rider

November 27th, 2013

Certified Equine Ergonomist Jochen Schleese was a featured clinician at the recent NW Horse Fair and Expo held in Albany, OR from March 23-25.  Now focusing on building his newly established Saddlefit 4 Life® network of equine professionals, Jochen teaches principles to protect horse and rider from pain and long term damage to riders, horse owners and professionals ac...

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Saddlefit 4 Life® Equine Ergonomist Training, Redmond OR

March 25th, 2013

Saddlefit 4 Life® is now offering Equine Ergonomist Seminars in both North America and Europe due to overwhelming interest in the course!  Equine professionals and enthusiasts from across North America will be coming together for our 4th North American Saddlefit 4 Life® Equine Ergonomist Seminar March 25-29th in Redmond OR. Many thanks to Karen Laidly, DVM, for use of...

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I was an emancipated woman – or so I thought – and as such, I should be able to ride in any saddle. That was my mindset until I actually felt the difference between a saddle made for men and one made for women. Without exaggeration, this was truly an eye-opening experience. I rode so naturally without making any effort to have my legs hang straight down where they were supposed to be, and I felt the movement as one with my horse. Since then, as a trainer I often think that a saddle that is correctly fitted to my students would definitely help some of their position issues.

— Nicole Kunzel, Classical Riding Trainer, Hanover Germany

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