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Infrared and saddle fitting
07-30-2013, 11:42 AM
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Infrared and saddle fitting
A while ago there was a paper on equestrian saddle fitting in the ITC news letter and i was wondering if anyone has that paper and could send me a link or a copy of it? It just explained the process and how time saving it can be.
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08-02-2013, 06:32 PM
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RE: Infrared and saddle fitting
Saddle fit is a art, honestly a bit more than just taking a thermal imaging and seeing the hot spots. I assume with your post you may be a saddle fitter though and are just looking for more information. We have a training course with doing saddle fitting surveys where we do have a certified saddle fitter as well as thermographer (many times our Veterinarian) who gives the full evaluation. http://www.equineir.com

Peter Hopkins, Level III Thermographer
Vice President, United Infrared, Inc.
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08-06-2013, 10:16 AM
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RE: Infrared and saddle fitting
Thank you Peter,
Yes Im just planing to work in conjuction with a professional saddle fitter, but i would like to know is a little more about what to look for and how ir might help with their job.
Loren Montgomery
iR Thermography
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