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Suffering in Silence – 3rd Edition (Soft Cover)

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The Saddle-Fit Link to Physical and Psychological Trauma in Horses.

by Jochen Schleese, Certified Master Saddler and Saddle Ergonomist.
Translated by Sabine Schleese.
Forwards by Andrea Koslik, Dr. Gerd Heuschmann and Walter A. Zettl.

Originally published in the German language as The Silent Killer by Wu Wei Verlag, 86938 Schondorf, Germany, 2012

Copyright © 2012 Wu Wei Verlag, Schondorf
English translation © 2013 Trafalgar Square Books
ISBN: 2013947846

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“An informative and interesting read—one that’s sure to have you checking out your saddle the next time you prepare to put it on your horse.”
—PRACTICAL HORSEMAN

Is your horse suffering from:

  • Tree points impeding the movement of the shoulder blades?
  • A too narrow gullet channel damaging the muscles and nerves along the vertebrae?
  • Too long panels putting harmful pressure on the reflex point in the loin area?

Are you suffering from:

  • Backaches?
  • Slipped discs?
  • Bladder infections?

Certified Master Saddler and Saddle Ergonomist Jochen Schleese is committed to ­ finding new ways to ensure the health, comfort, and performance of horses and their riders.

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Weight 1.0 lbs
Dimensions 24.5 × 17.5 × 1.75 cm
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Book – Soft Cover – 212 pages – English

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Testimonial from a client who responded to a post on Chronicle of the Horse Forums. Hate to say it, but 99.999% of all riders/trainers/vets/chiropractors have no idea whether a saddle fits or not- and Jochen Schleese has done the research and the innovation to determine what does fit. My 3 year old started to give me the same signs as this mare [bucking] - thank God I was lucky enough to attend a lecture by JS the next weekend and I then did quite a bit of investigating what he had to offer. I took the plunge and even with a loaner saddler in the interim the results are phenomenal. No more issues with my young horse, and my older horse who I was on the verge of retiring because of cascading soundness issues is now going better and sounder every single day- and doing work which he has never been able to do before. Of course, I was able to change the saddle on my young horse BEFORE he learned to defend himself by rearing and bucking and it became a habit. A new saddle is considerably cheaper than sending her somewhere to another "fixer" trainer.

— Madeline Zook, NV

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