Saddle Fitting Summit Session 1 Replay – 2hr 13m Fitting Protocol


The PSFA hosts a highly thought-provoking Online Saddle Fitting Summit Series. We put a panel of the most innovative saddle designer-manufacturers together in the same virtual ‘room’ to challenge conventional approaches to saddle design and fitting so that the common ground between them could be found to enhance the welfare and well-being of the horse and rider.

The panel was formed from saddle industry front runners Maria Hallring from ErgoX2 in Sweden, Jochen Schleese from Saddle Fit For Life in Canada and Bradley Whale from Ipotane Saddles in the UK.

This 23 minute clip on our YouTube channel shows the panel discussing a range of important saddle fit for the rider issues:      Subscribe to our channel – it is free and you can keep updated with our video uploads.



For just £10 this very popular 2hr 13m replay of the PSFA’s first Saddle Fitting Summit featuring 3 big name Saddle Design and Fitting innovators, Maria Hallring (ErgoX2 Sweden), Jochen Schleese (Saddlefit4life Canada) and Bradley Whale (Ipotane Saddles UK) forming the panel of speakers.

This thought provoking session is aimed at Saddle Fitters, Veterinarians, Equine Therapists, Equitation Coaches, trainers and competition riders as well as horse owners.

In this link to the replay, the panel gives their perspectives on what protocol means for saddle fitters and how important it is.  This is followed up by a discussion on what saddle fit means for each of them and their approaches to fitting, the age a horse should be first fitted for a saddle, rider pelvic shape (there is much more detail on this topic in Summit Session 2) and the importance of fitting the saddle to both the horse and the rider.  There are many other gems within this presentation that will inspire viewers to look more closely at the way saddles are fitted.:


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