Buckaroo Saddlery is focused on delivering an expert saddle fitting service
Buckaroo Saddlery has built an enviable reputation over the past 10-years. We will always endeavour to offer a first-class and honest service that is backed-up for the entire life of the saddle and your equine. We insist and recommend that any new saddle is checked for fit after 3 months and any adjustment or re-flock for this 1stcheckis free but is subject to only a mileage fee.
For anyone who is sceptical about regular (1 or 2 times a year) flocking or adjustment or suspects it might be a rouse, Horses are ever-changing, be it from varying weather, diet or training, they are always undergoing some physical transformation (even if that change is minuscule).
Buckaroo Saddlery have high class on site facilities, ideally suited to providing saddle fitting services Providing ahard surface, arena, jumps and more for your horses comfort and the best possible area to perform the fitting.
Buckaroo Saddlery is focused on delivering an expert saddle fitting service with products across a huge range of Saddlery suppliers. We have had a new purpose-built saddle fitting base with workshop, where we can carry out repairs as well as showcasing leatherwork and new exciting brands.
We have a huge range of both new and used saddles for almost every discipline. Some clients want a bespoke saddle made to measure and Buckaroo Saddlery have a first-class relationship with Master Saddle manufacturers in Walsall, the home of the English saddlery community.
All saddles should be checked by us every six-months. YES, every six months. Your horse's body is always changing - he's either gaining muscle or fat, or he's losing it. It can be seasonal, too, or directly related to his exercise program.
Flocking is wool stuffing, think about your favourite sofa pillow. Over time, the fluffy insides start to squash and need to be fluffed up again. </p
Sometimes problems do get unnoticed or perhaps where there is existing damage from a by a poorly fitted saddle. We are always willing to set aside time to work alongside your Veterinary experts, Equine Physiotherapist or Chiropractor is necessary.
Difficult fits, there are all sorts of horses whose shapes make finding the right saddle difficult, and there’s a lot at stake. A saddle that pinches a horse’s shoulders or presses on his withers can have all sorts of negative effects.