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 Saddle Up Treeless Saddle
Contact: Paulita Neff
Address: 9620 Genoa Road
Fulks Run VA 22830
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  • Phone: 540-830-2713
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    Why Treeless Saddles?

    Riding your horse in a treeless saddle is like a dream come true for you both – finally, a saddle that maximizes your connection for balance, freedom, and comfort.

    Freeform saddles provide extraordinary comfort for you and your horse. The experience of sitting in a treeless saddle is similar to bareback riding, only much more comfortable and safer. You have very close contact with your horse. You immediately experience the wonderful feeling of your horse’s free, muscular movement and rhythm beneath you. You feel comfortable and secure in your seat, not to mention your improved balance. You feel relief from back, knee and neck pain.

    Another definite advantage to these saddles is that no specialist is required for fitting: one saddle fits almost every horse’s back, period. As a result, your horse experiences an unparalleled freedom of movement.

    These lightweight saddles are easy to handle when tacking up. They are suitable for most types of riding with distinctive characteristics that appeal to rider and horse preferences. We pride ourselves on our customer service to help you make the initial small adjustments available to you to have the perfect fit for you and your horse.

    Jeff loves to ride Shay on our camping trip to Durbin WV. Shay is a gaited mare who loves to move out along the river. Both of them spend hours hunting wild mushroom. Jeff rides on a Freeform Cascade saddle. We use a HAF pad that has been retrofitted with equipedic foam insert and a thin poron panel velcro directly to the saddle. Works great for the two of them. Happy Trails.

    AshbywebAshby wanted to ride the Old Dominion ride instead of letting Mimi. He just loves to ride. “Let’s go up that mountain Mimi.” I can’t wait for the day I can take him on his first Limited Distance ride.