- Parts of the horse reference when measuring sizes of horse and rider.
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Measuring the human seat size.1. Sit in a chair with your feet flat on the ground so that your knees are bent at a 45-degree angle. Be sure your buttocks are touching the back of the chair.
2. Take a measuring tape and run it along your thigh bone, measuring from the end of your knee to the backside of your buttocks.
Call Craig at Twisted Fork with questions on fitting.
Saddle Storage Tips
- Don't store your saddle standing up on its fork, lying on its side, or hanging by the horn on a rope.
- It's best to keep your saddle on a saddle stand or saddle rack whenever it isn't on a horse.
- Whenever your saddle is on a stand, cover it. Dust from barn cleaning and chores can settle on your saddle.
- Humidity is particularly hard on leather. You can prolong the life of your investment with a dehumidifier or even by using those little, inexpensive tubs of dehumidifying agent. If you don't ride in winter, store your saddle in the house during the cold, wet winter months.