At Caballos Marvão we have several saddle models, which we will assign to each client according to their physical capacities. The most common for us is the cowgirl, traditional Spanish chair of great comfort that originally served the cowboys to be able to endure riding all day while taking care of the livestock. Made with a rye-covered leather frame, the sheepskin that it carries provides great comfort to the rider. It even prevents the most novices from getting sore. Its shape allows great support to the horse and could also serve as a very soft pillow to spend the night in the open. The blanket of Castile that led to the front (in modern and only remains a symbolic vestige, of adornment) was very useful to support the coldest nights. The stirrups, large, are traditionally made of iron, but we have changed them all to plastic to reduce the weight of them and especially to protect the horse.