Steps to fitting a saddle to a horse


  1. BulletDetermine how the saddle fits using the Impression Pad.


  1. BulletAssemble the Correction Panels. The booklet contains diagrams that illustrate most saddle fit problems and shows you where to place the rubber spacers. It’s very simple and becomes easy to understand.


  1. BulletRemove the Impression Pad from the horse, level it with a rolling pin, and put it on the horse. 


  1. BulletAttach the panels to the Impression Pad.







  1. BulletPlace the Impression Pad on the horse. Position the saddle and ride for another 20-30 minutes.


  1. BulletRemove the saddle and Correction Panels, review the results.


  1. BulletIf required, further modifications can be made and retested.


  1. BulletTransfer the Rubber Spacers to the riding panels and insert into a Correction Pad.

Patents

USA 6.615,568  CDN 2,382,678  DE 60012949D

European 1214270  PCT/CA00/01060

The Impression Pad shows you where the problems are.


The Master Correction Kit allows you to build Correction Panels that will correct most saddle fit problems.


All the parts Velcro together for easy assembly and adjustments.

The Master Correction Kit includes

  1. Bullet Left & right leather testing panels

  2. Bullet Left & right leather riding panels

  3. Bullet Left & right spacer kits

  4. Bullet Instruction booklet and telephone assistance

The following diagram is from our booklet, it illustrates what to do with a saddles that bridge.

The saddle pressure is equalized by applying thicker spacers in the middle of the panels.

1/8” rubber spacers

1/4” rubber spacers

1/2” rubber spacers

3/4” rubber spacers

Example of a panel built for a saddle that bridges

“A horse is not symmetrical but a saddle generally is. With the Master Correction Kit you can create Correction Panels which are individually modified to deal with those differences.”

© The Port Lewis Workshop Inc. 2012