About Southern Stars Saddlery

 

 

Southern Stars Saddlery is a family business backed by the inspiration of brothers Clayton and Kelvin Fredericks. Southern Stars Saddlery offers a range of quality equestrian products, developed and tested by some of the world’s leading event riders. Their flagship products are their range of saddles and they have also built relationships with Point Two, TOGGI, Champion, EquiFit, EcoGold and MacWet to offer a broad range of superior equestrian products sourced from leading brands in the industry.

Southern Stars Saddlery is the online saddlery store specialising in eventing, supplying tack for all three phases- dressage, cross country and show jumping.  We have local agents in your area exhibiting at selected shows, as well as a Perth Showroom.  You know that all of our leatherware has been designed and tested at the very top level of the sport and tested on the world stage to meet your performance needs.

We are a family run business, that highly values rider safety, having fun with our horses and achieving our riding goals.  We are the saddlery store designed by riders, for riders!

Clayton Fredericks, has passionately directed the design and development of specialist dressage, show jumping and cross country saddles in an effort to create saddles that will revolutionise his ride. And now they are available to you through Southern Stars Saddlery.

Clayton is well qualified to lend his expertise to saddle design and back a range of quality equestrian products. Clayton has achieved astonishing success. Crowned Equestrian Federation of Australia’s Athlete of the Year in 2007, Clayton is currently the coach to the Canadian Eventing Team. Clayton has been Chairman of the Event Riders’ Association in the past, and a is valued trainer, regularly travelling to Germany, Australia, USA and Hong Kong to teach. Many of his pupils have gone on to compete at CCI 4* level. 

Clayton was also a member of the Silver Medal winning team at Beijing Olympics in 2008 and chosen to represent Australia at the 2012 London Olympics.

 

 

 

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