In Jochen Schleese's, Saddlefit 4 Life®, finale article with Horse-Canada he highlights some memories over the years and what's next to come.
Luxury goods are less relevant to millennials, instead they are interested in how items can enhance their experience of something.
Horses are a long term acquisition. Riding is a long term endeavour … and for most … an addiction of sorts! Find out more here.
Jochen Schleese says riding horses properly – uphill, straight and through the poll – will greatly reduce the potential for long-term damage.
Scientific facts are facts, as the anatomy of the horse and the anatomy of the saddles are facts. Saddle fitting is science and art.
For the last post in this series on fitting bridles, Jochen lists a number of the most popular bridles available with some of their features and benefits.
This article will teach those wanting to learn how to and the importance of properly fitting a bridle to your horse, starting from where part I left off.
Your bridle has to fit your horse properly, and you may be surprised to hear of the impact a poorly fitting bridle may have on your horse.
Over the years there have been many changes in the equestrian industry, and are continuing to happen. Read on to find out why these changes are important.
Cartilage damage is irreversible and will cause a lot of pain and distress for your horse. This article talks about how this happens and how to prevent it.