Introduction from the Editors
We have now reached our twentieth issue and feel that this must be our last. We have enjoyed the wonderful camaraderie from our subscribers and would particularly like to thank those who have sent pictures and articles, which all our readers have enjoyed. One of our ideas for the magazine was to try and create a platform where all groups could exchange ideas and aspirations for the future.
During the last five years we have seen a steady growth in side-saddle riding worldwide and we hope the articles we have included have been of benefit to both novices and experienced riders alike. The major problems we have received from readers normally revolve around the fitting and balance of the side-saddle relative to the different uses to which the side-saddle is put. We hope our endeavours in untangling the various mysteries have been helpful.
We would like to wish all our side-saddle readers and riders, safe riding and good health.
Whilst every care is taken, Side-saddle International does not accept liability for loss or damage to photos or artwork submitted for possible publication. Views expressed are not necessarily the views of the Editor or Publisher. Care should be taken, and expert advice sought when attempting to put into practice any riding hints or suggestions contained on this website. All written and or art work in Side-saddle International may not be reproduced in any manner without the permission of the art and design director, Anne, Lady Landford.