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SOCIETY OF MASTER SADDLERS’ QUESTION & ANSWER


Twice president of Society Master Saddlers, Lecturer / Assessor on Saddle fitting courses and Master Saddler Laurence Pearman answers three frequently asked questions on saddlery.


nail which is at the front of the skirt to the centre of the cantle (the measurements can vary between makes).


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I have three girth straps, why are there three and which two should I use?


There can actually be more than three girth straps each side which would consist of a point strap at the front and a balance strap at the back. If there are


only three each


side then it is best to use a front and back combination,


h best and


but again this depends on the girthing fg or theor the


tion, depends


individual horse, as it can also be asymmetrically used, according to the demands for each horse.


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I would like to sell my saddle, but I am unsure of its size. How do you measure a saddle? A saddle is measured from the centre of the head


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What are the benefits of using a five point breastplate, and will it restrict my horses movement? A five point breastplate is a means


of keeping the saddle in the correct position, whilst allowing freedom for the horse to move. It also works on keeping pressure away from the withers, and attachment of a martingale.


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