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I am the rep for the east coast and I have to say that ride in both. I have clients in all the rings in all of the models it depends on your riding style and what feels good to you.
FYI - Carmel is just the brown leather before we oil it. So the saddle you have old and new to you are both "carmel"
I second Addision. Especially if you live close enough to be "wait listed". If you have your bags packed you will most likely make it in even if you aren't in the top.
I just got a new horse and have moved to Desfor Farms @ Wyndsor Farm. I am from Virginia so not real familiar with the different parts of Chester County but the farm is beautiful. NICE LARGE turn...
Great news. We hires a rep for California Rug Bug!!!! We will be at Blenhiem Classic III and then Kelsey will be available able for appointments after that
Good news for you. We just hired a rep for California. She and I will be at Blenhiem Spring Classic III. If you are going to be at Blenhiem - perfect. If not we can certainly set up a time for an...
I am with an earlier poster . If the saddle fit you and your horse. The stamp isn't huge deal.
I will say that as far as fitting the horse. The panels and tree should fit right out of the...
NO conditioners with wax. It will clog the pores in the leather. Send me a picture. Kirsten@delgrangesaddles.com and I will get Mr. Delgrange to tell us what it the best thing to do.
the saddle's balance on the horse - generally if it is pommel high it will cause the flap position to encourage your leg forward because it rotates everything. If it looks pommel high try a bump pad...
Ride in as many as you can. Just yesterday a client walked in the booth and said for 15 years different trainers had told her she needed to get fitter (I wish I was in her shape). She was getting...
Size smallest to largest
Yes you can have a narrow twist and a wide tree or a wide gullet. As far as saying french saddles are for the rider not the horse. I will say Bruno Delgrange are a TRUE FRENCH saddle that are know...
Most saddle companies should be able to make a saddle that will fit a high withered horse fairly well. So I would consider what you are looking for in a saddle to suit your needs and budget.
You could always sell the CWD outright that would give you more $$ towards what you really like.
Bruno Delgrange - the stirrup bar is recessed into the tree but not enough to bother the horse. Their stirrup leathers are full calf with smaller flatter buckles. No bump under thigh.
If you are looking for used saddles just to give you a heads up. For Bruno Delgrange (or older PJ's made by Delgrnage) our flaps lengths run 0-6. For a shorter person most likely a 2 or a 3. As...
Second Doug Berry.
Bruno Delgrange has 3 models. All have narrow twist. The syracuse is the deepest. The Babylon is shallower. The Olympia is the monoflap and is on between the Syracuse and Babylon
Maybe this winter sessions the 21&22 are going to be "practical interview" for the candidates?
OK so there must not be a list. Who would you like to see as the Eventing Show Jumping Coach?
Sent you a PM
Is there a list anywhere of who is being considered or who applied? Any decision on the selection process?
Second for Walnut Pond
BostonHJ - most show a couple weeks then take a week or two off then show for 2 weeks. I don't know anyone who shows 12 weeks straight
$20-22 a bale for hay
the schedule is up for WEF so the prize list should be up soon but you can look at last years to get an idea of the exact costs. $265 A/A , $275 for grn wk, low adult jmper...