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post #11 of 13 Old 05-21-2018, 04:58 PM
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What about a crupper to keep it from sliding forward?
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post #12 of 13 Old 05-21-2018, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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Kept the wintec, it's so ugly...soooo ugly!!...
Anywho, it fit better than my T4, so the T4 is in a tack store on consignment.

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.....nothing is going to fit him....Maybe I should buy him a cart, give up on riding him and buy a 15h riding horse that comes with a fitted saddle.....
Haha, I know the feeling! I have short backed horses too. I use a Trekker treeless on 2 of them, with 'custom' panel shims, so the length of the panels aren't full length of the saddle, so I can get by when the saddle wants to be over the shoulders, etc.

I'm currently designing saddles to be made to my specs. Started out I just wanted a saddle that would fit my horses well & couldn't afford top range custom mades... now I'm so excited by my original idea, I'm planning on having them made to sell - reckon 'hotcakes' is the word!

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