|imma call this "pony got fat"|
I even have anecdotal proof of that--Courage got his wither tracings/saddle fitting last fall, and then when he got his follow up visit a couple weeks back, she re-did the tracing. Guess what? Still asymmetrical.
|these things are surprisingly expensive|
I did, because that is why I pay professionals, but it got me wondering: how do you handle an asymmetrical horse? Does it change how you tack them up? Ride them? Does it change how you view your own fitness program?