Saddles

       Every Cowgirl dreams of riding the range or getting the fastest time running barrels at the next rodeo. Cowgirl chicks want to kick butt and look good doing it! Finding the best western saddlery for chicks can be difficult. Rodeo Cowgirls want flashy, blinged out saddles that will look great in the show ring. Whoever said that rodeos are not just for the cowboys! Western cowgirl chicks love to look great in the saddle while kicking up some serious dirt! If you are a Cowgirl looking for a western saddlery for chicks, look no further. Check out Saddleonline today and find your perfect,...
         The term saddlery refers to saddles, harnesses and other equipment for horses. Respectively, it also describes the trade of making the saddles. A saddler is a professional who manufactures, repairs, rebuilds and designs equipment for all equestrian disciplines. Unlike other medieval crafts, the saddlery still flourishes. Most saddlers work in small, privately owned workshops with less than four employees, although larger establishments can also be found around the country where the equipment is made using hands and machinery. Discount saddlery can typically be obtained from such...
          When you get your own horse, it is one of the most exciting times in your life. However, owning a horse brings with it a lot of responsibility. As well as taking good care of your horse, you also have to outfit it with the best horse tack. Most horse owners these days choose to use the standard Western tack. If you are looking to outfit your horse with tack, here is a beginner’s guide to selecting the right gear from the tack shop.   Start with a Blanket:             The first piece of horse tack that is part of a Western setup is the saddle pad or blanket. Do not skimp at the...
          It can be a challenge to find the right outfitter to work with for all of your saddle and riding needs, but SaddleOnline provides you with the ultimate shopping experience. There are several different types of saddles and accessories available to you through SaddleOnline, including those for English, Australian and Western saddles. Whether you are shopping for beautiful show gear, riding and jumping gear or accessories that are suitable for ranch and work activities, you can find all that you need through SaddleOnline.   What to Expect from Western Saddle Accessories          ...
                Learning how to establish a good posting trot is essential for every English rider. Whether you are just starting out or at an advanced level, the posting trot is a key basis for riding. A posting trot helps the rider to be able to follow the horse’s movement and also learn how to flow together in the same rhythm. Doing a posting trot also helps with keeping both horse and rider more comfortable while riding. With beginner riders, the posting trot can be a hard motion to achieve. Learning how to post up and down while the horse is trotting can take a lot of balance and leg...
                 Learning how to control your horse’s speed, can be one of the hardest things to accomplish as a rider. Even riders of advanced levels have trouble with controlling their horse’s speed from time to time. Riders usually have speed control problems in two different ways. One, they have trouble moving their horse forward. Or two, they have trouble making their horse slow down. However, both of these issue result from one thing: not riding with an independent seat. Without having a secure/independent seat, a rider cannot coordinate the proper aid signals to their horse. And...
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               Finding the right saddle fit can be a frustrating process. There are so many different measurements that have to take place in order to find the right saddle that is going to suit both you and your horse. For the horse measurement you need to measure his withers, his back length, as well as his body structure. For the rider, you have to first determine what type of saddle you will be using (i.e. Western or English). Once you know what type of saddle you will be riding/purchasing, you can then figure out the appropriate measurements that you will need for yourself! For the rider...
                Saddle cinches are one of the most important accessories for horseback riding. They are a key element to keeping your saddle tied down and to keep you, and your saddle, from sliding off your horse’s back! The front cinch rigging, also called the girth, is used to connect your saddle to your horse and to keep it secured onto his back. The back cinch rigging, also called the bucking strap, is used to add extra security and to keep the back of your saddle from popping up! Back cinches are only seen in western riding and they are most often used for endurance riding, speed events...

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