GHOST allows your horse to move every limb without limitations
The base and panels protect his back and help the rider to sit aligned without force.
The seat is soft and has a lot of twist.
The spot you sit on is weight bearing, the front and rear of the saddle follow every move of your horse
Put the GHOST on your horse.
Check the wither clearance and notice the shoulder can
move below the
front of the panel
The girth straps are on a sliding V.
You can easily change the position of the girth straps
and adapt the saddle to the conformation of your horse
When the saddle is at the correct spot, move the
girth straps to the natural position (about a hand behind
the front legs) until the girth straps hang down vertically
Fasten the girth, but not too tight - use a girth
long enough to have the buckles above the elbows
For sensitive horses, GHOST has girth strap protectors
When you are mounted, you can still lift the front of the saddle.
This allows your horse to move freely
Check the wither clearance. Just a few fingers is enough. The saddle will adapt to the conformation
of the horse. In exceptional cases, contact your dealer for advice
You should also be able to lift the rear part of the GHOST
when you are in the saddle
Do NOT sit on the cantle of your GHOST
The panels of the GHOST can be moved around a
Bit. Feel free to experiment to find out what works best for your horse. They can also be shimmed.
Always contact your dealer for advise when you feel uncertain
Please take notice that the channel between the panels will
automatically widen, when you put the saddle on a table-top horse.
When the channel is too wide, the saddle can collapse under your weight
and hurt the horse.
The panels should rest on the long muscle that runs parallel to the spine and not on the ribs
The smart design of the GHOST allows the same saddle to fit on a wide variety of horses
You can easily change the style of your GHOST
Seats can be exchanged in minutes (as long as it’s the same size as the base)
Your hacking saddle can become a stylish dressage model.