Who makes exselle saddles?

Who makes exselle saddles?

Walsall Riding Saddle Company
Exselle Saddles are Made in England, by Walsall Riding Saddle Company. Over the last 50 years, Walsall Riding has shipped more saddles from England to the USA than any other company!

What is a CC saddle?

Close contact saddles are used for hunt seat events such as hunt seat equitation, hunter under saddle, fox hunting, and both hunters and jump- ers. These saddles accommodate a bent knee, shorter stirrup leathers and a rider in a half-seat or two-point position.

Is a dressage saddle an English saddle?

The term English saddle encompasses several types, including those used for show jumping and hunt seat, dressage, Saddle seat, horse racing and polo.

What make is my saddle?

Look for the manufacturer’s name and logo to be stamped in plain sight on the saddle. Check on the back, the skirts or on a plate underneath the jockey. Contact the saddle’s manufacturer for information about the saddle’s age. Most manufacturers will be able to tell you the age of the saddle using the serial number.

Are Black Country saddles adjustable?

As with the Eden, this saddle has a self-adjusting girth system by way of an additional web point attached to the tree which helps to stabilize the balance whilst the swing allows the billet to find the most natural girthing line.

What is a hunter saddle?

A hunting saddle, lineman’s belt or rock climbing harness is used to clip to a secure anchor when you reach your desired height on the tree, or you run out of climbing sticks! It has many benefits over your traditional tree stand options and has helped mobile hunters fill tags season after season.

What does AP mean in saddle?

English saddles come in a variety of styles and sizes, so it’s only natural that saddle pads have different styles to match. An all-purpose saddle pad is typically bigger and has a slightly contoured shape that remains more straight at the front of the pad.

Do horses like saddles?

Saddles aren’t bad for horses but actually benefit horses by dispersing the riders’ weight. Saddles are necessary because without a saddle, the rider doesn’t have a firm seat, and even a sixteen-year-old could feel three times heavier than her weight without a saddle.

What are the three types of English saddles?

English saddles are a generic term for saddles which encompass all of the English riding disciplines. The types of English saddles include close contact, dressage, cross country/eventing, all-purpose, endurance, synthetic, lead line or pony saddles. Finding the right English saddle for you or your horse is important.

What is Monoflap saddle?

A monoflap saddle (Fig 1) has a single flap with the girth straps emerging on its underside and the stirrup leathers lying on the outside. Advantages that have been ascribed to the monoflap saddle include a reduction in saddle weight and closer contact between the rider’s leg and the horse’s ribcage.