I’m having a frustrating day. I have a very expensive fancy saddle that is not working for my horse. The is especially frustrating because it is a treeless saddle designed to fit horses as they change muscling. So, it is basically failing to do the main thing it was designed to do.

I’m about ready to go buy a useable cheap saddle and sell this thing. I have emailed the company and got a fast reponse that pretty much said that what I say is happening can’t be happening. They want pictures of Prize and a description of how I’m padding the saddle. At least they are willing to work with me to try to fix it. I may calm down some.

4 Replies to “saddle woes”

  1. (excuse if this is a repeat) Don’t you just love corporate America? “You are in errorrror human…the saddle…fits…fine…your horse is messed up…get a new horse to…fit the…saddle…” 🙂

  2. Don’t you just love corporate America? You are in errrrorrrr human….the saddle fits…just fine…get a new horse to fit the saddle…. 🙂

  3. Frustrating, isn’t it, getting something to work just right–working as advertised. Especially when it’s for one of your four-footed people. Good luck!

  4. I always thought the McClellan saddle had a lot to offer, especially in the hot summer weather.

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