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Re: Stonewall saddles

When a saddle fits a horse just fine for awhile, then it does not it is usually because the horse has changed. Horses do change. You will not ride the same saddle all of a horses career. One size does not fit all horses. If you ride the same horse for several years get used to the idea that you will have to change saddles at least a couple of times. Of course there are exceptions to anything. But this exception will be rare. Keeping a close eye on your saddle fit is just as important as checking all your stuff for wear. Annie G.
 Anne George Saddlery  
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, August 17, 2001 2:14 PM
Subject: RC: Stonewall saddles

I had a friend buy one, had it made for her horse (He's close by here)and it seemed to fit for a while, but all of a sudden he started getting very sore shoulders and withers, took a long time to get over.  She ended up buying a Synergist.  I'm sure this could happen with any saddle, but thought I'd pass it along.

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