Pam Grace, professional dressage exhibitor, horse trainer, clinician, and “L” dressage judge, has collaborated with Circle Y to create The Dance - a saddle specifically designed for western dressage. The strategically placed thigh blocks, seat design, and stirrup leather position allow the rider to maintain perfect dressage position and alignment. A Flex2® tree allows freedom of movement for the horse, an important factor in performing precise dressage maneuvers. The saddle is lightweight, with several performance and comfort features for both horse and rider. “This saddle is cutting edge-a fabulous one of a kind design which is unparalleled. It takes balance, freedom of movement and comfort to new heights. You cannot sit incorrectly in this saddle,” said Pam Grace.
1850 SPECIAL FEATURES: strategically placed thigh blocks for proper positioning, roughout seat jockeys and fenders and rubber grip stirrup treads aid in correct positioning and a secure seat; dropped rigging and cutout skirt under the leg for close contact and precise cueing; Impact Foam™ padded seat for rider comfort with a dished cantle for security keeps you in a balanced riding position; Softee® seat jockeys and fenders require no break-in; Suede skirt liner provides grip for a no-slip fit; XPG™ Bar Pad between the tree bars and skirt liner absorb shock and improve fit and comfort for the horse; Flex2® tree provides freedom of movement and comfort for the horse; EBS Stirrups which positions the rider's feet and legs for decreased knee and ankle fatigue while promoting balanced riding; silver laced rawhide cantle and rawhide braided horn
Pam Grace is a professional dressage exhibitor, horse trainer, clinician, and “L” dressage judge. Grace is a 5-time ABIG Grand Prix Champion and USDF Gold Medalist with numerous wins in the dressage ring, including 87 USDF All Breed Championships and countless ABIC, GAIG and Southwest Dressage Championships. Grace’s latest endeavor is the relatively new discipline of Western dressage, the melding of Classical dressage and Western horsemanship.