Sherry Cervi Explains Saddle Fit & Using 'Shims'





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Published on Mar 28, 2013

3-Time World Champion Barrel Racer Sherry Cervi explains why she uses a "Shim" to adjust the fit of her saddle on her #1 mount, "Stingray". Sherry also explains saddle placement and how to check for even saddle fit and why.

Shim Definition:
A shim is a thin and often tapered or wedged piece of material, used to fill small gaps or spaces between objects.[1] Shims are typically used in order to support, adjust for better fit, or provide a level surface. Shims may also be used as spacers to fill gaps between parts subject to wear.

Shims are available through your closest Classic Equine or Martin Saddlery retailer.

Follow her on Facebook.com/SherryCervi & also remember to check out Stingray's Facebook as well. And for information on Martin Saddles, go to www.martinsaddlery.com or call 888-308-2386

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