Rigging Position

 

The term “rigging” is used to refer to how the cinch strap attaches to the saddle to hold the saddle in place.

Single-Rigging – one ring to attach to the saddle

Double-Rigging – two rings to attach to the saddle

Most popular riggings are C and D Rings

Most of our Riggings are built In-Skirt, meaning that the rings are directly built into the leather skirting of your saddle. Because of that, there is very little material between the riders leg and the horse and enables a closer contact and correct riding aids.

Rigging Positionen:

“Full”      “7/8”      “3/4”     “Center Fire”

The most common rigging position for modern type horses is the 7/8th position of rigging

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