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Sliding Saddle Issue

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  • Sweeter_than_Sugar777 Original Poster Sweeter_than_Sugar777
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    I have a 16.1 quarter horse paint and when I start jumping my saddle starts to slide back and I start getting really bad equtation and I don’t know if I should start using a breast plate and what kind? And can you use them in a show?

    When Pigs Fly, Sweeter_than_Sugar777

    stockshowkid’97 stockshowkid'97
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    I’d recommend looking into getting a breast plate. That will keep the saddle from slipping back down your horses back. As for what kind, as far as I know you can choose to get leather/elastic or all leather. The elastic idea is nice because your horse can still stretch out when jumping, it doesn’t confine him if you know what I mean.

    I looked at SmartPak’s breast collars and here’s a nice leather/elastic one….
    http://www.smartpakequine.com/antares-elastic-breastplate-4726p

    And here’s an all leather one….
    http://www.smartpakequine.com/arc-de-triomphe-imperial-breastplate-4408p

    I hope this is of some help, but in other words yes a breast plate would really help you and your horse. :)

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