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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 →

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 operations manager, Leslie Tripp, put the network into action with a click of a button by activating an instant ‘Stolen Alert’. The alert, with detailed pictures of the saddle and pertinent information regarding the situation,  hit the equestrian air wave’s immediately via social media (Facebook, Twitter), email and text.

The ‘Stolen Alert’ was seen by a conscientious equestrian who happen to be shopping for a new saddle and noticed the stolen saddle on Ebay, she notified Antare’s immediately and the rest is history.

With Saddle Network, 3 years young, and this being the very first tagged saddle to have actually have gone missing, we are proud to say that the network did it’s job!

Instant communication of information is why this story had a happy ending, and if you were wondering if Saddle Network works and is worth it, we all have that answer now, and that answer is YES!

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