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Saddle always rolling to the left
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Lookin For Diamonds
Reg. Jul 2009
Posted 2019-06-10 9:14 AM (#7430887 - in reply to #7430795)
Subject: RE: Saddle always rolling to the left


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luckyjo - 2019-06-07 11:05 PM


Sometimes the rider's build can cause this.  I have scoliosis, and my left leg is shorter than my right.  If my stirrups are not adjusted differently, my saddles will lean to the left.


I have a shorter right leg and am constantly adjusting my stirrup length. I feel like my right stirrups is so much shorter that I'm putting my weight on the outside when I turn left and that is causing my saddle to shift to the left coming around the turn.  What are you doing so you stay more balanced in your saddle? I can tell I don't always sit square... My hips are off too and yes, I do go to a chiropractor. 

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Reg. Sep 2015
Posted 2019-06-11 5:40 PM (#7431051 - in reply to #7429798)
Subject: RE: Saddle always rolling to the left


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Have you tried a "Roper" cinch or a neoprene cinch??  I feel like both types of cinches hold a saddle in place better than most.

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