In my quest to find out more info about what exactly “strip reflocking” is, I found this helpful thread here. Saddle reflocking questions I have 2 saddles over 10 years old in excellent gently used condition. (Well I’ve only ever owned 2 horses, so hardly used for how long I’ve owned them). Both are wool flocked. I’ve NEVER had them adjusted. Ok wait. I did recently change the gullet in my collegiate dressage saddle and now it has awesome wither clearance than I’m happy with. I don’t use half pads anymore. Just a standard saddle pad. So I’m anticipating that the fit is at least decent. But I’m 75% ignorant on saddle fitting in general. I’m hoping they don’t suggest an entire strip reflocking because it is $$$. Henry only has little dry spots about a hand down from his wither a couple inches long. He’s lovely under saddle. Yeah I’m posting this at 4am because I work nights and his appointment is at 130pm today and It takes 30 minutes to trailer to the barn. Oh the things we do for our horses right?? Leave me some bits of advice before appointment time please. This is a seller for Bliss Saddlery of London and saddle fitter that the barn is bringing in. I know it is best to use an independent fitter but that’s not what is available right now. I’m really easy to sell to. I hope she doesn’t try! My arena cost is already outrageous for us! Haha. My husband would kill me.