ridecamp@endurance.net: Re: white spot on back

Re: white spot on back

Erika R Achberger (eachberg@sophia.smith.edu)
Mon, 28 Apr 1997 21:56:23 -0400 (EDT)

Karen, -- unless the horse is holding its back rigid under the rigid tree!
:) Erika, Smith Coll.

> *But, you STILL might have better weight distribution than a
> standard saddle which is not contacting the back of the horse evenly
> becuase it had a rigid tree!! The horses back is going to be
> changing shape as the horse changes gaits, and goes up and down
> hills. I KNOW this, because i can feel it happening in the Sport
> Saddle!
> *Karen
> kat
> Orange County, Calif.
> To: ridecamp@endurance.net

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