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Visiting our trade show booth is an excellent way to learn more about our pads— you will even get a "hands on" lesson on how well the CSI Flex-Plate works in a head-to-head comparison with other pads that are out there on the market. If you can't make it to one of our events -- or if we're not coming to your area -- you can always call us for a free saddlepad fit consultation at 816.773.6215. We look forward to meeting you in person or over the phone!
High School Finals Rodeo - Rock Springs, WY - 7/14-21
Cheyenne Frontier Days - Cheyenne, WY 7/20-7/29
Snaffle Bit Futurity - Reno, NV - 9/17-9/30
USTRC Finals - Oklahoma City, OK - 10/20-10/28
WRCA Finals - Amarillo, TX - 11/8-14
NFR - Las Vegas, NV - 12/6-15
2013 Events - Tentative Schedule
Horse Expo Pamona – Pamona, CA - 2/2-2/4
Equifest of Kansas – Wichita, KS - Main Vendor Building - 2/10-2/12
Road to the Horse (Sponsor) - Murfreesburo, TN - 3/9-3/11
Wrangler Timed Event Finals Lazy E - Guthrie, OK - 3/2 - 3/4
Equine Affaire – Columbus, OH – Bricker Bldg.- 4/12-4/15
Midwest Horse Fair – Event booth #1113 Exhibition Hall - 4/20-4/22
BBR Finals, Oklahoma City, OK - 4/25-4/29
Minnesota Horse Fair - Cattle Barn - 4/27-4/29
BIshop Mule Days - 5/22-5/27
Diamond McNabb Horse Sale - 6/2
Western States Horse Expo - Sacramento, CA - #3009 Building C - 6/8-6/10
Reno Rodeo & BFI - Reno, NV - 6/14-6/23
Ken McNabb sports a CSI Pad at the 2009 WSHE in Sacramento. In addiiton to our booth, look for our pads in the booths of our endorsers and clinicans.
What can you expect when you visit our booth? Watch above!
If you come to our booth for saddle fit advice, you might want to bring some photos.
Here is a list of photos I'd like to see to evaluate saddle and/or saddlepad fit:
(To get good relevant photos, place the horse on level ground in an even stance.)
1) A photo of the horse's back with no saddle or pad. One from each side.
2) One photo looking down the horse's back from behind and above. Use a bucket or the fence to help get a good angle where we can determine if the horse is even or uneven behind the wither.
3) Two photos of the horse with just the saddle, not cinched. One from the mount side and one looking down the gullet from the front.
IF YOU HAVE A CSI PAD and are experiencing problems, it helps us to see what's going on. TAKE THE FOLLOWING IMAGES
4) Three photos of the horse with the pad and the saddle cinched as the rider would do it if they were ready to ride (meaning tighten the cinch mount tight): one from each side and one looking down the gullet from the front.
5) After riding the horse to a sweat, take another set of photos as in #4 while the horse is tacked (do not loosen cinch or readjust saddle in any way) PLUS the same set of photos as in #s 1 and 2 once the horse has been unsaddled but before cooling (to see sweat patterns).
CSI Saddepads proudly supports the equine industry by sponsoring a variety of equine events throughout the year including: