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October 23, 2015 -

In case you missed the news when it hit the airwaves, over the summer on Thursday July 16th 2015, Saddle Network was put to an actual test. A tagged saddle that was being shipped by Antares Saddlery never made it to it’s rightful destination. Upon being notified that the saddle was never received, Antare’s North American Read more →

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Does Saddle Network Work? Yes it does!

By SaddleNetwork, posted in News on October 23, 2015

In case you missed the news when it hit the airwaves, over the summer on Thursday July 16th 2015, Saddle Network was put to an actual test. A tagged saddle that was being shipped by Antares Saddlery never made it to it’s rightful destination. Upon being notified that the saddle was never received, Antare’s North American Read more →

The Value of Saddle Network – Big and Small

By Erin Gilmore, posted in News on February 19, 2014

What does a saddle mean to a young rider? That’s simple. Everything. Up and coming three day event rider Taylor McFall is the daughter of high performance eventer Jennifer McFall and trainer Earl McFall, of Dragonfire Sport Horses in Wilton, California. Ten-year-old Taylor most recently competed in the Junior Beginner Novice at the Fresno Horse Read more →

The Power of Social Media Stops a Horse Thief

By Erin Gilmore, posted in News on November 22, 2013

We couldn’t help but notice a story that unfolded this week; it was a true demonstration of how the power of social media and online networking can produce swift results and -in this case- a happy resolution to a very unwelcome situation. In Queen Creek, AZ, Sarah Evan’s horse Laredo was stolen overnight on Monday, Read more →

Giant Steps Therapeutic Equestrian Center Benefits from the Protection of Saddle Network

By SaddleNetwork, posted in News on November 16, 2013

Saddle Network realizes that thieves are ruthless and nondiscriminatory about who they steal from. When a therapeutic riding program is hit, it’s not just an inconvenience, it’s devastating! Sadly, we come across stories on an all-too-frequent basis of charity and therapeutic programs who are targeted by thieves. The problem is rampant and worldwide. There’s little Read more →

Saddle Theft Victims Fight Back With Saddle Network

By Erin Gilmore, posted in News on November 5, 2013

No barn manager ever wants to arrive at their stables in the morning to find that their valuable tack has been stolen overnight. But on the morning of October 7th, 2013, that is exactly the unwelcome sight that barn manager and owner Sharon Grey was confronted with at her Eaton Dam Stables in Pasadena, CA. Read more →

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