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Re: [RC] saddle that hurt horse's back - Lynne Glazer

Uh, Lori, I didn't think you owned a ReactorPanel? Was it another brand of flexible panel saddle? No need to name it here, in any case, forgive my sensitivity to the use of our brand name!


On Nov 29, 2004, at 8:22 PM, LTYearwood@xxxxxxx wrote:

I had an endurance?saddle that broke and I didn't know it (It had reactor pannels.)
It took me a month before I did anything but hand walked my horse. Then I spent another month with a chiropractor who worked every two weeks on Vashka's back.?Then I rode?Vashka bareback, but only at a walk and a trot. THEN, three months later, I rode him. Only he still had vulnerable spots. So we went back to handwalking. Now we're back to riding in a saddle that fits. I know -- because I check his back every time I get off his back.
A broken saddle is a really dangerous thing.
Lori and Vashka

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[RC] saddle that hurt horse's back, LTYearwood