New saddle of Doline III

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History and Innovation

The Doline saddle has its roots in the DUNE model, created in 2005 for endurance and vertical leg support.

Many riders, appreciative of our concept, have trusted us to help train their horses. Thus, the Doline was born, characterized by an external stirrup bar and a mono-flap design.

Over time, it has evolved to its current version to meet the specific needs of dressage.

Its reduced-height thigh block allows for optimal leg placement without blocking the knees, guiding the rider to the correct position without excessive positioning.

The Doline III facilitates communication with the horse through smooth leg louering.

It helps natural placement rather than forced positioning.

This saddle ergonomics allows for instant vertical alignment, relieving joint pressure.

Every rider needs to feel and accompany their horse's movements with the pelvis while remaining fixed.

The design of the Doline III gives this harmonious interaction, offering an intimate connection with your horse without sacrificing comfort or stability.

"This saddle stands out for its unique design that combines the advantages of a traditional dressage saddle with increased flexibility for the rider's lower leg. This innovation allows for greater freedom in adjusting the length of the stirrups, making them highly adaptable to different riding styles, particularly for riders like me engaged in working equitation who benefit from a more sportive ride during the speed trail.

Additionally, the saddle is exceptionally accommodating for riders of different leg lengths. The thoughtfully designed thigh block offers great freedom for leg placement, ensuring comfort and support for riders with both short and long legs. Overall, this saddle offers a blend of support and flexibility, making it a versatile choice."

Jolanda Delaar, Grand Prix dressage rider and n°1 working equitation rider in the Netherlands. 

Our tree structures and seats have significantly evolved, now offering you a wide range of settings suited to horses of very diverse shapes and meeting all riders' requirements, ensuring the best possible contact.

Initially focused on dressage, it is also suitable for riders engaged in outdoor riding, providing stability and security. It is ideal for those who need to feel well-supported.