Terry Peiper is one of the first of our trained Saddle Ergonomists from 2011, working in Pennsylvania. She works mainly with western saddles, but has been trained in analysis and adjustment for English saddles as well. I have invited her to talk about her ‘epiphany’ for this week’s blog. In future blogs, I will discuss some of the issues in more detail that she had experienced with Easy and how to avoid them. Terry can be reached at www.fitrightsaddlesolutions.com.
“I wish I would have known then what I know now. How many times have we heard or thought that? In this case, the real problem is, I am not the one that suffered because of my lack of knowledge. That guilt is what motivates me every day to spread the word about proper saddle fit and how it affects our horse’s behaviour, performance and ultimately the health of the horse and rider.
“Even with over 25 years of “Helping Horses with Their People” through training horses, lessons and clinics, being American Riding Instructor Association certified, International Society of Rider Biomechanics certified and Richard Shrake Resistance Free Accredited Trainer/Instructor, I did not know what I didn’t know.
Follow this link to read Terry’s story.
~ by Terry Peiper, CSE, FitRightSaddleSolutions