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Here is the video of me riding in a 7o saddle for the first time. Not once did I slide in my seat. And as you can see, I have a really thin saddle blanket underneath(that was there to keep the hair off the saddle 😉). But I had a perfect fit in the saddle and as soon as I threw my leg over I was placed in the balanced part of the saddle. Where as in my saddle, I have to constantly put myself in the balanced part. My upper body is still slightly forward, but that is because muscle memory from riding in a poor saddle for so long. For my riding, you can't even see my ques in this video, where as in my saddle, I have to over accentuate my legs and hips. THAT is the biggest difference for me. My horse is actually comfortable and can feel back to my body movements, instead of being blocked by pain. As you can see at the end of this video, I am just shocked at the difference. My personal crappy saddle is a 16. This 7o saddle is a 15 1/2. Size absolutely makes a difference! And so does tree fit. The combination allowed me to feel of my horse and for him to feel back to me. Just a side note- this was straight out of the pasture 😉 But, he has never responded so well as he did here in this saddle. Please, if you have any questions or comments, don't hesitate to ask or reach out. I will be posting pictures of my personal saddle and a 7o saddle for comparison next.
Think of a saddle for a horse as a nice piece of tailored clothing. If it fits well, you are comfortable and confident. If not, you feel the opposite. @7o_saddleshop
Check out @pietta_firearms They have come up with a short stroke kit to the 1873. Swipe to check the difference, cant wait to receive my kit and test it in my Hand Of Good Pietta 1873!😄
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The only way to do great work is to love what you do.
If you haven't found it yet keep looking.
As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it.
- Steve Jobs .
(Look at the smile on My Rancher's face 😍, if you zoom in Snip is Smiling too 😂)