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Tag Archives: 19″ saddle
In the past few years I have noticed a shift in main stream media towards size acceptance (or should I say size tolerance?). It seems like every day my Facebook and Twitter feeds are lit up with more and more size positivity. … Continue reading
If you read yesterday’s post you already know that I haven’t ridden in over 12 weeks and that I am currently without a horse to ride. So what’s a big girl to do? Look at your local barn, look online, … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I always find saddle pads an inch or two, too short for my 19″ saddle. Finding a pad long enough was a struggle until I discovered the TuffRider Pad. These pads are almost 2 … Continue reading
Continuing where we left off yesterday, let’s talk about big english saddles! Upon entering any tack store and searching the saddle racks, us girls with extra big ASSets automatically think “WHAT THE HECK!” there is almost nothing above an 18″ … Continue reading
Howdy Everyone! Being a plus size princess, voluptuous vixen, or big-sexy cowboy usually means one thing…We need BIG Saddles to fit our big ASSets! I don’t know how you feel but I think that the big saddles are extremely hard to … Continue reading
EighteenHands is the place for all your plus size riding needs, right? abso-bucking-lutely right!!! Check out our newly added SALES page for available horses who are perfect for larger riders! Also stay tuned for other upcoming bucking-fabulous SALES pages, including … Continue reading
After about 6 months of searching, I realized that my small budget was the road block standing in the way of me and any saddle that was worth my while. I had set my limits at $300 and had the … Continue reading
It was decided. I knew I wanted to ride english, so I needed an english saddle if I wanted my riding to get any better. I was prepared to look for as long as I had to to find my … Continue reading