Saddle Fit: Basics and Beyond

Is your horse cinchy, grumpy, or reluctant to move forward under saddle? Do you wonder about those white hairs and dry spots on either side of his withers? Get your questions answered by a saddle fit expert and veterinarian during our live event.
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Is your horse cinchy, grumpy, or reluctant to move forward under saddle? Do you wonder about those white hairs and dry spots on either side of his withers? Get your questions answered by a saddle fit expert and veterinarian during our live event.Is your horse cinchy, grumpy, or reluctant to move forward under saddle? Do you wonder about those white hairs and dry spots on either side of his withers? Get your questions answered by a saddle fit expert and veterinarian during our live event.11/19/2015 20:00

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Jennifer Stoffer, DVM, CSF, operates Back in the Saddle Integrative Veterinary Care near Portland, Oregon. She offers acupuncture, spinal manipulation, and myofasial therapy, as well as saddle fitting and flocking.

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