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Re: [RC] [RC] re: Alice- how to keep your seat - Ed & Wendy Hauser

"...The Polleys on an Aussie saddle are the ..."

Many Aussie saddles are designed for narrow horses.  They are made in
different widths now.  The stuffing can be moved around easily giving some
adjustment.  The tree is similar to an English tree in concept.  One does
have to fit them to the horse.  If they fit, they as good (or bad) as an
English saddle at keeping backs from soring.

Ed
Ed & Wendy Hauser
2994 Mittower Road
Victor, MT 59875

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We are talking about all the tools we can use to keep our horses safe and
alive at the rides. Training/conditioning is one of the best tools
available. It makes us better horseman and women, it benefits our horses
and could quite possibly be the key to preventing most crashes.
~ Lisa Salas - The Odd Farm

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