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    01-09-2011, 03:02 AM
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Green Broke
Wow,I never have gotten bruised but then again I hardly bruise from anything unless it's a great deal of impact.

When in a western saddle my knees tend to ache more then in an english saddle.
     
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    01-09-2011, 03:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Gidget    
wow,I never have gotten bruised but then again I hardly bruise from anything unless it's a great deal of impact.

When in a western saddle my knees tend to ache more then in an english saddle.
See I'm opposite; while they still hurt western, they definitely flare up more when english...which bites because my girl really seems to enjoy english better!!! Guess I will have to get some different style knee wraps, so I don't look like bionical woman every time I ride in my knee braces I'm sure people think some strange things when they see my mare and I going down the street, what with her having her protective leg gear and me in mine...
     



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