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Faqs About Saddles
What is a horse saddle called?
A horse saddle is called a horse tack. A proper horse tack should fit your horse. Once you have your new horse saddles or horse tacks, you will need to make sure it fits your horse properly. The first thing you have to do is check that the channel is the correct size for your horse:
- Put the horse saddles without any of the cheap horse blanket types.
- If the channel is the correct size, you should see directly through the horse saddles from the horse’s withers. If this is not the case, then the mount is too small.
- Go to the front of the channel, below the horn or pommel, and tuck in as many fingers vertically as you can. If the saddle fits properly, you should be able to fit about 2-3 fingers. If you can stick more toes in the front of the canal, then the saddles are too big.
If you don’t have that much leeway, the saddle seat may be too small for you. There is a multitude of accessories for horses, and saddles have their arsenal. Let’s see it.
Parts of horse saddles:
Shaft or frame: It is the base on which the rest of the saddle is made. This component is usually made of wood or a similar synthetic material. When finished, it is covered in leather or other artificial material.
Seat: This is the part of the horse saddle where the rider sits. The front and rear studs are usually higher to provide more safety to the rider.
Front: It is the front part of the horse saddles, and it is slightly raised.
Rear: It is the rear part of the saddles for horses that, again, is slightly elevated concerning the seat.
Stirrup: The stirrup is the part of horse saddles in which the rider places their feet. It provides good support to the rider, as well as being able to control the horse.
Footpegs and Leg Guards: The footpegs connect the stirrups to the shaft, and the leg guards support the rider’s leg while protecting him from sweat.
Ring: It is a ‘D’ shaped ring located on the front of the horse saddles. It is the anchor point for certain parts of the equipment, such as the breastplate.
Girth: The strap passes under the horse’s belly and holds the saddle to the animal.
Skirts: They constitute the horse saddle pad located in the lower part of the saddle to protect the horse.
Over cinch: A long strap goes over the saddle and around the horse’s belly to secure the saddle to the animal.
Grip strap: This is a handle attached to the front of European chairs and at the height of the right hand in Australian ones. The rider can use it as a support to stay seated when riding the horse.
Horn of pommel: This appendage attached to the front extension is often associated with the western saddle but can also be seen in other saddle designs.
Knee Pads: provide an additional horse saddle pad on the front of the leg pads to stabilize the rider’s legs. On some frames, thigh guards are also added to the rear of the leg warmers, providing the same support.
At Equine World, we have a wide variety of Farrier Chaps, aprons, waterproof aprons, chaps boots, and farrier tools available from the best manufacturers and at the best price. Here’s more information on Farrier & Chaps.
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Farrier Chaps are sturdy coverings for the legs. Chaps fit over trousers with an integrated belt, have no seat. These aprons are designed to protect the legs and are generally made of leather or a leather-like material.
Our Farrier Chaps are designed to protect the legs and are generally made of suede leather or a similar material. In this section, you will find leather, suede, waterproof apron or waxed chaps and chaps boots for the supreme quality rider. We have a wide range of Chaps endorsed by leading brands that you can only find in the Equine World store.
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Farrier Chaps aprons allow you to transform your boots into riding boots by fitting over boots and riding breeches to cover the rider’s calf and lower leg up to the knee. Therefore, these aprons are used in combination with riding boots and offer the rider protection of the ankles and calves against friction due to the saddle and provide stability and support for the lower leg.
Chaps and boots are a perfect alternative to riding boots and are very popular with cyclists, not only because of the more affordable price than riding boots but also because of the ease of use and strength. In the hot summer months, chap boots are famous for their lightness and are more flexible than riding boots. Therefore, the jockey can remove them at the end of the session to avoid getting too hot and avoid damaging them during tasks in the stable.
All Chaps have knife pockets on both sides.
There are many models of chaps that adapt to all jockeys and all circumstances. Leather Farrier aprons offer superior quality and are often used by experienced jockeys and, for example, for show jumping competitions. Faux leather chaps apronis very easy to maintain and offer the same look as leather chaps. They are ideal for amateurs because of their very affordable price, which allows them to be renewed periodically and ease maintenance. They are also less fragile than genuine leather chaps, which are especially suitable to get them dirty in winter.
The chapshave an elastic loop that is placed under the rider’s sole to prevent them from slipping and climbing while riding. In addition, these aprons have a zipper at the back of the cut to facilitate the closure of the chaps, and they are effortless to put on. A snap button secures the closure and prevents friction from scratching the saddle.
Tip: When taking lower leg measurements for riding hubs, consider the thickness of the riding breeches and socks so that the bushings fit well.
Discover our wide assortment of Farrier Chaps aprons in the Equine World store at the best price.
We put different types of designs for all tastes and pockets at your disposal. If you do not find the product you are looking for, contact us – we will always try to leave you satisfied.
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When it comes to shoeing your horses, you have to have the best products on the market so that the animal is not subjected to any stress or pain and the process is as clean as possible. In Equine World, you will get the complete Farrier toolskits for shoeing horses on the market.
Find out more about our Horse Farrier tools below.
The first thing you must have to shoe your equine well is that person specialized in that art, usually called blacksmiths, and then have a good Horse Farrier kit for shoeing horses. The blacksmith’s job consists of removing the shoe to be removed, cleaning the hoof, removing the excess with pliers, sanding the irregularities on the sides, placing the new shoe in position, nailing it, fixing the nails. And, at that point cut the part that protrudes from the nails so that they do not interfere when galloping.
Although it does not look that difficult, shoeing a horse is a process that requires patience because not all animals tend to stay calm and because it is a process that must be repeated four times, which can cause a certain degree of nervousness and restlessness in the horse. To do this job without any hassle, before you start, you need to have the Farrier tools, including the shingle brush for cleaning studs, the farrier hammer, the shoeing tongs, the knife, and other items. In addition, you must have selected the horseshoes in advance and have already bought the new nails.
At Equine World, you can buy a complete Farrier tools kit on the market, always from the best brands and at the best price.
The most common are the 6-piece kits and being the best sellers in the world of equestrianism. These usually come with a hammer, rasp, pliers, an adjustable handle for the rasp and a blade to cut the hooves. They also come in seven or more pieces, although there are also elementary kits of four.
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Some people also use anvils, various blades, studs, pads, and many items available at Equine World. In the same way, you can request help from the farrier who will carry out the operation or from the specialists who will be able to assist you without any commitment.
Pliers and hammers can also be purchased separately.
If you already purchased the Farrier tools kit and need to replace a tool due to loss, damage or wear and tear. Do not miss out on your essential equipment or devices for shoeing horses, which you can take with you everywhere with the bag of tools for the farrier and which serves to work comfortably and efficiently.
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Discover all the tools for shoeing horses, all the horseshoeing equipment you need, or a professional or a beginner. We have all the products to be able to do the complete process of horseshoeing.
The items that we have selected focused on horseshoeing, such as external horseshoe fixers, fixers between horseshoe and hoof, and a selection of caps and heels, is the basis we work on daily. We have all the necessary equipment for farrier tools, such as anvils, rasps, or a wide variety of hammers and curettes.
As for farrier chaps, different materials and sizes make our catalogue a complete section, both for those who work with tools and without them. As a supplier of the farrier, aprons and chap boots, we cannot forget that we work with excellent qualities, guaranteeing our products outstanding durability and the best value for money.
Get Farrier tools to sculpt horseshoes.
Horseshoes are those “U” shaped pieces recognized by many as a “sole” responsible for protecting the horse’s hoof because it prevents possible excessive wear and tears and protects against deterioration. It is a fundamental element for our horse.
The horseshoe is made of different materials such as iron or metal, rubber, leather or plastic, which is glued or nailed to the edge of the horse’s hooves. This piece was created in the 9th century and is generally a blacksmith, the skilled craftsman in carrying out the equine shoeing process.
Horseshoes have various forms of use that vary and depend not only on the horse’s hooves but also on the different activities that the animal performs, such as horse riding, work, racing, and the type of terrain on which it will move. It is essential to take care of the hooves of our horses. At Equine World, we are aware of the importance this has. That is why we offer you an extensive range of Farrier tools and accessories that will help you keep the shoe healthy.
How much does it cost to saddle a horse?
The cost of a saddle is £150 onwards.
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As for the horse, it is required to have collars and leashes to avoid any inappropriate reaction. In addition, you can get the jump saddle made of rubber and leather saddle. Their prices vary, but their quality gives you protection when riding the animal. In this context, many tools make this equestrian sport one of the most recommended worldwide.