no that’s a lot of help I can use my left for support just not for much to be honest thank you very muchI'm not sure you could do it totally one handed, but if you could use the other hand for support it may be possible. Things like a grab strap on the front of the saddle may make lifting it possible and a synthetic saddle would be much lighter if you can find one to fit. A bridle would be tricky, I'm not sure how you'd hold it in place while you put ears through - maybe one with no browband would be possible if the horse was co-operative, if it doesn't open it's mouth to take the bit then I think you're stuck.
Sorry, not a lot of help but I didn't want to leave you with no replies.
hi I’m in a disabled riding school but they don’t let you tack up as they are not insured apparently il check face book out for equipment so far the only thing I’ve found is reins thank you for your helpHi and welcome.
Do you have any Riding for Disabled stables near you. It might be worth contacting them and going along to see if they have facilities in place for the disabled riders. I know most staff are able bodied voluteers who tack up but someone maybe able to advise on equipment to help riders.
Im wondering if theres any kind of para/disabled (not sure what the wording is) riding websites or facebook groups you could look at.