Uncategorized


The Rural Oscars – Countryside Alliance 1

I am proud to announce that I (Cheshire Saddler) am a Regional Finalist for the Countryside Alliance Awards (#ruraloscars). Being a regional finalist means I have been selected out of thousands of nominations from the North West area and chosen to be a finalist. The section I am in is […]


What I do and Why I do it

What do I do? People often ask me what I do. Mainly I make bespoke leather products. These products vary from items for humans to items for animals. My most common products that I make are dog collars and leads. Living in the countryside around a lot of farms and […]


Cumbria School of Saddlery 1

I have been saving this one until I had completed my final course with David May at Cumbria School of Saddlery. I attended my first course back in November 2016. This specific course was based on re flocking. On the course I learnt the importance of having a saddle re […]


The Start of Something New

I became interested in saddlery when my young troubled horse needed a custom fit saddle due to being short in the back, large in the shoulders and generally wide (traditional gypsy cob). I searched for months to find a saddle fitter/maker to fit a saddle for my horse. This proved […]


Me and my boys 1

I am 18 years old and have a level 3 qualification in horse care that I gained studying at Reaseheath College in 2015-2016. I decided not to go back for my second year at college as i wanted to start my new career in saddle fitting and leather work. I […]