Performance Saddles

Developed in conjunction with world-class riders to improve their elite horses’ performance.
Scientifically proven to prevent muscular restriction and increase limb extension, joint flexion and gait symmetry.
All with a Performance Panel and in luxurious calfskin hides.

British Dressage Sponsorwith the Performance Panel

Patent: GB2515079

We developed this saddle with 2014 WEG team silver medallist Gareth Hughes who wanted a saddle that allowed him to feel a greater connection with his horse without restricting the ability to give the subtlest aids or make minute adjustments.

British Dressage Sponsorwith the Performance Panel

Patent: GB2515079

Following the unprecedented success of the Fairfax Gareth Dressage Monoflap saddle, we started to receive repeated requests for a more ‘feminine’ version. So we asked renowned producer of young dressage horses and equestrian style icon Rebecca Hughes to add some luxurious design touches.

with the Performance Panel

Patent GB2515079B

Developed with seven-times Olympian Andrew Hoy to enable him to feel a greater harmony with his horses, the specifically designed seat aligns the rider precisely over the horse’s centre of balance, enabling them both to perform at their best.

Developed with European Silver medallist Harry Meade to give a really close contact feeling between horse and rider. The specially-designed slimline foam panel has undergone extensive development and rigorous testing using Pliance pressure mapping and gait analysis. Scientific trials show that the pressure readings are comparable to a well-fitting flocked saddle and the horse is able to move and jump as freely as it would in a traditional saddle with wool flocking.

with the Performance Panel

Patent GB2515079B

Designed specifically with show jumpers in mind, the panel concept de-restricts the shoulder and knee apparatus in flight, allowing the horse greater freedom of movement and therefore increased clearance over the fence. The slim-line design improves the rider’s sense of connectivity with their horse, aiding unity and a closer leg contact.