Saddles

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Saddles

An English saddle viewed from the outside is composed of the following main parts:

- The seat on which the rider sits,
- The skirts: integral parts of the seat covering the stirrup bars,
- The flaps, the shape of which depend on the intended use of the saddle,
- The sweat flaps, which may be missing on some models,
- The panels, which are sometimes erronously called "pads".

 

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Thinking of purchasing the schooling saddle. How can I be sure it will be wide enough in the gullet for my horse? Does it have an interchangeable gullet system? How can it be adapted to fit my horse?


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