An informative video about our modular WOW saddles and their individual components.
About the WOW Saddles Gauge and how to use it
How to take apart and put back together a WOW saddle.
A short video on how to adjust FLAIR correctly.
Same horse, same rider, same day - the only variable is saddle balance. And the stride length is only at maximum when the saddle balance is correct. If the rider is tipped forward or back by as little as 6mm, the stride length is measurably shorter.
This video is about how to fit all the different WOW headplates and what to look for with the horse.
It's important that the bearing area of a saddle does not extend beyond the last rib. David Kempsell shows how to find that point.
David Kempsell, MD of WOW Saddles, has a handy hint for checking your saddle is in balance. One glance, every time you tack up, ensures you notice if a change of headplate might be in order. Such a simple way to keep your horse comfortable.
David Kempsell, co-founder and MD of WOW Saddles, demonstrates how to change a headplate easily in 4 minutes.
David Kempsell designer of the WOW Saddle explains why you should check that a curved girth is suitable for the horse before using one.
David Kempsell Managing Director of First Thought Equine Ltd the manufacturers and designers of WOW Saddles describes how to fit a Fore Girthing Option to a WOW Saddle.
Initial stages of making a WOW western saddle. You can follow the progress to the finished article.
Follow the making of a WOW Western Saddle through production and see how much is involved. This video is the start of the third day!
A video showing how easy a quick adjustment to a saddle fit using Flair air flocking can be with Francis Whittington
David Kempsell of WOW Saddles discusses left and right hand drive horses with Daisy Coakley
Portrait Jule Wewer, German event rider, national champion 2014 (young riders)
The Wow stand, saddles and Wow Ambassador Paul Tapner at Badminton