We are thrilled to have forged associations with some of the key industry players over the years and it speaks to the education we offer that these facilities are willing to continue working with us again and again.

This is a list of the associations and affiliated equine professionals who have recognized the importance of the generic education Saddlefit 4 Life® offers through Schleese, some of them even offering accreditation towards the various certification levels for attending our clinics, seminars, lectures and courses.

  • ARIA
  • Cadora INK
  • California Riding
  • Canadian Horse Journal
  • CDS California Dressage Society
  • Colorado Horse Park Visitor’s Guide
  • Die Reiterin (Germany)
  • Dressage Today
  • Elite Equestrian
  • (The) English Rider
  • Equestrian Life – Australia
  • Equine & Canine News
  • Equine Canada
  • Equine Wellness
  • FHANA – Friesian Horse Association of North America
  • Flying Changes
  • Gaitpost
  • Holistic Horse
  • Horse Canada
  • Horse Canada – Blog
  • Horse Sport
  • Horses All
  • The Integrative Veterinary Journal
  • Iron Spring Farms Newsletter
  • Mein Pferd (Germany)
  • Mid-South Horse Review
  • Natural Horse
  • PA Equestrian (Pennsylvania)
  • Piaffe
  • Reiter Revue (Germany)
  • Sidelines
  • St. Georg (Germany)
  • Texas Horseman

We are associated as an educational partner with the Ontario Equestrian Federation, the United States Dressage Federation, CADORA, the German National Riding School, the German Berufsreiterverband, the Oregon Dressage Society, the Equine Sciences Academy, the California Dressage Society, and the School for Osteopathic Medicine in Schneverdingen Germany.  We have also served as an online guest lecturer for the University of Guelph’s Equine Sciences Program, as well as at the Veterinary Conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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DSC_0050 Having spent years doing exercises to supposedly loosen my hips in an attempt to sit deeper in the saddle and prevent my toes from turning out while riding, I discovered when I ride in a ‘female’ saddle, I am immediately sitting deep in the saddle with my toes pointing forward – without even warming up. I wonder what unnecessary damage I’ve done to myself from years of putting torque on my joints from these exercises from a classical riding book. I wonder how many other women have unnecessarily hurt their body believing they struggle with ‘tight hips’.

— Laura Whitteron, Saddle Ergonomist, England

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