I have clients from a large area of the UK all looking for new or used saddles – childrens saddles, pony saddles, adult saddles, horse saddles. Equestrian training for rider and horse, saddle fitting guidance, and equine accessories available in our saddlery and pet shop. Covering counties Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.
Our local clients that make up the majority of our work come from around Holbeach, Wisbech, Spalding, Kings Lynn, Downham Market and March.
I have listed in more detail where we cover below:
Algakirk, Alwarton, Barnack, Barroway Drove, Baston, Boston, Bourne, Castle Rising, Chatteris, Christchurch, Claylake, Clenchwarton, Coates, Coldham, Cowbit, Crossgate, Crowland, Dawsmere, Deeping Gate, Donington, Downham Market, Eastrea, Eldernell, Elm, Emneth, Fishtoft, Fleet, Fleet Hargate, Fosdyke, Four Gotes, Frampton, Friday Bridge, Gedney, Gedney Broadgate, Gedney Drove End, Gedney Dyke, Gedney Hill, Glinton, Gorefield, Gosberton Clough, Guthram Gowt, Guyhirn, Guys Head, Hay Green, Helpston, Holbeach, Holbeach Bank, Holbeach Clough, Holbeach Drove, Holbeach Fen, Holbeach Hurn, Holbeach St Marks, Holbeach St Matthews, Hop Pole, Hubberts Bridge, Kings Lynn, Kirton, Leverington, Loosegate, Low Fulney, Lutton, Lutton Marsh, March, Marham, Marholm, Market Deeping, Marshland St James, Moulton Chapel, Moulton Seas End, Murrow, Newborough, Newton, Northborough, Outwell, Parnwell, Parsons Drove, Pinchbeck, Pode Hole, Ramsey, Ravens Clough, Rings End, Shepeau Stow, Spalding, Spalding Marsh, Surfleet, Sutterton, Sutton Bridge, Sutton St Edmund, Sutton St James, Swaton, Swineshead, Terrington st clements, Terrington St John, Thorney, Three Holes, Throckenholt, Thurlby, Tilney All Saints, Tilney St Lawrence, Tongue End, Turves, Twenty, Tydd Gote, Tydd St Giles, Ufford, Upwell, Walpole Cross Keys, Walpole Highway, Walpole St Andrew, Walpole St Peter, Walton Highway, Wansford, Watlington, West Pinchbeck, West Walton, Weston Hills, Whaplode Drove, Whaplode St Catherine, Whittlesey, Wigtoft, Wilthorpe, Wimblington, Wisbech, Wisbech St Mary, Wragg Marsh, Wyberton, Wykeham, Yaxley
If you would like more information or just an informal chat about how we can work together then please get in touch now!
New and Second Hand Saddles
It’s time for a new saddle – How exciting, you have lots to choose from, new saddles available are our own range of Sam Jamieson Saddles, Jeffries Saddles, Ideal Saddles, GFS Saddles, Monarch Saddles, and Silhouette Saddles. All different types of Second Hand saddles and Vaquera Saddles, read on to reveal more information.
Our range of saddles have so many benefits. Your horses silent words speak volumes when ridden in our saddles. Your horse truly is the best Saddle Fitter in the world and you will be delighted at the response.
Horses come in all shapes and sizes which is why saddles do to. It is so very important to get the right match. Stand a couple of metres away from the side of your horse and look at the silhouette of your horses spine, then have a look at another horse type, there can be a noticeable difference.
Now standing safely behind your horse and look either side of the withers, observe how wide your horse is. Compare with another horse there can be a vast difference.
Take into account the type of work the horse is doing, for example is he in competition training or perhaps a happy hacker as his musculature will be very different.
Training you and your horse
It’s not about following just one path; turn your training around trying various techniques and gaining many skills , you owe it to yourself and your horse, taking your learning forward.
Dare to live your dreams, you already have what it takes to be the best you can be, lets unlock it together. Improve your riding position, becoming a safer, balanced and effective rider, develop timing and feel and if its for you gain; that competitive edge.
Flatwork and dressage
Whether you want to learn and enjoy more classical lines, competition or to improve your flatwork Sam Jamieson Equine is for you.
Learn working Equitation skills and have fun with your horse enhancing your flatwork sessions by including Working Equitation techniques making your flatwork sessions even more variable.
Experienced horse rider or beginner, whatever level you’re at it’s always helpful to have an extra pair of eyes on the ground to guide you. Realistic, flexible training at a range of levels, completely tailored to you and your horse.
Struggling on the ground with your horse can seriously impact ridden work. The way to look at it is, whether you are on the ground or on your horses back the same discussions will be going on between you in your small herd of just the two of you.
It’s all possible….
You don’t have to be an expert just have a go at the different techniques, it’s like an adventure, finding out new things or perfecting what you already do. Here are some things that you can learn.
- Ground handling
- Lateral Work In-Hand
- Long Lining
- Free Schooling/Liberty