Custom Saddlery Awards Saddles to Winners at Intercollegiate Dressage Association Nationals
Friday, April 18, 2014
The IDA began in 1995 as an informal competition among a small group of colleges and secondary schools in the northeast. The rapid international growth of dressage inspired greater development within college and secondary school riding programs. This led to an increase in participation and interest in a more formally constructed national organization which quickly grew to include riders from all over the US and Canada. In 2003, the IDA became a college-only organization.
Cary Wallace, President and Master Saddle Fitter at Custom Saddlery, is proud to support the IDA and its athletes. “These young riders are the future of dressage,” she says. “We’re glad to provide them with saddles which will help them achieve their goals.”
Advantage saddles are made with all over soft, supple buffalo leather, giving them an instant broken-in feeling, or soft, supple cowhide on the skirts and flaps with grippy tactile cowhide on the seat and knee rolls. The deep, supportive seat puts riders in the correct position without restriction.
Custom Saddlery's long history of support to its dressage community has resulted in various sponsorship such as recognizing “Most Valuable Riders” throughout the prestigious Florida winter circuit including the Adequan Global Dressage Festival and Gold Coast Dressage series. Based in Aiken, South Carolina, Custom Saddlery provides countless ways to customize a saddle specifically for an individual horse and rider’s needs and preferences. Saddle fitting services and accessories are also available. For more information about Custom Saddlery, visit www.mysaddle.com or call 1-800-235-3865.
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