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This and the next post feature resources from ReactorPanel Saddle Company. I will then also included some posts with other excellent resources. Yes, I do have a slight bias toward RP saddles because I own two myself, one for each of the horses we ride (with a saddle). I’ve tested both with the Port Lewis Impression Pad, and both show no pressure spots, which is pretty remarkable, as you know if you’ve ever tested any saddles yourself. That said, RP saddles are not for everyone, nor for every horse, and any saddle that fits both horse and rider is just great!

So this post is to highlight a series of YouTube videos from the RP company, and the one I suggest you start with even if you have no interest in RP saddles, is the one looking at a horse’s conformation through the eyes of a saddle-fitter….
(Note: At the end of the video, across the bottom of the screen you’ll see additional RP videos you can click on to watch.)

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Another video….

Here’s another video, this time one of mine. I’ll be working this year on getting more short videos produced to share more techniques and tips, so stay tuned!

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If you haven’t already seen this video through the All About Animal Massage site or newsletter, here’s a link to a video taken from an equine massage class I taught, which shows a technique for helping your horse’s ribs, breath, and back (so therefore everything really :)) It also includes some discussion of the anatomy behind it, which is how I teach all the techniques and anatomy in The Horse Lover’s Guide to Massage: What Your Horse Wants You to Know. That is, I like to teach them in chunks together, so they enhance each other through the connections.

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