When checking your horse for saddle fit, you will remove the pad and set the saddle directly on the horse’s back. What you are looking for is an even fit from the withers down the back with even pressure from the gullet down the bars of the saddle.
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Veteran barrel horse trainer and super senior rider Marcheta Garrett shows how a simple change in direction can put your horse’s training on the correct path.