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Saddle Fitting Sessions - Oregon - Washington (W) [DATE CHANGE]

October 15th, 2021 -October 31st, 2021 |Oregon - Western Washington

Oct 15-31 – Oregon – Western Washington

October 15-21 – Oregon
October 22-24 – No appointments are available.
October 25-31 – Western Washington

** Dates and locations subject to change, depending on registrations received. Please register early as many day/time slots are taken. Late registrations will be deferred to the spring 2022 trip.

To schedule an appointment for this trip with our Certified Saddle Fitter Imke Maring, CSE and Connie Frantzke, CEE, please register online below. For further information, please contact our trip coordinator Colleen at 800-225-2242 X 31 or email Colleen@schleese.com.

Registration and Payment Required for saddle fitting appointments.
Registration Deadline: September 24, 2021

COVID-19 NOTICE:

The health and safety of our clients and employees remains our top priority as we return to onsite appointments with our clients. We will be taking extra safety precautions in response to COVID-19 including: disinfecting our tools between clients, wearing face masks, as well as washing and sanitizing hands frequently. Additionally, we understand that each barn may have extra bio-security measures in place and we are happy to work within your barn’s protocols. Please include any additional protocols on your registration form or contact your clinic coordinator directly to allow us to prepare accordingly.

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I just wanted to let you know that today was the first real ride I had in my new saddle on Q, my chestnut.  I could not be more amazed! I tend to do a lot of work in the walk before moving on to the trot and especially did that today to let him know how much different he would feel. My normally sluggish and slow to move 'beastie' was ready to rock and roll! He had the most relaxed and ground covering trot that I had feared I'd lost! Most recently, I've been fighting major crookedness in both him and me. When making circles and turns to the right, he continually fell through the left shoulder and I'd struggle to stay on my right seat bone. NO MORE!!! We stayed balanced and relaxed equally in both directions.  I cannot even begin to tell you how extatic I am! We can finally begin to move forward in our training and I have you and Schleese to thank!

— Candee Niss- Georgia

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