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post #1 of 4 Old 04-16-2013, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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Engel half pad

I just got my Engel half pad in the mail. I ordered a small. I love the look and feel of it, and I tried it on under my saddle and the front fits good but my saddle covers a little of the sheepskin in the back. Is that okay? Or is the saddle supposed to fit completely down 'in' the pad where there's no sheepskin? Btw, I have the one with pommel and cantle rolls. And my saddle is 16.5 inches, hunt seat.
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post #2 of 4 Old 04-17-2013, 03:28 PM
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I'd try to exchange it for a larger size, if I were you. I had the same problem once, and my horse would throw his head if I sat hard in the saddle. I switched to a larger pad, and this completely stopped.
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The size debate again...I think I'm going to also order a medium and see which I like better. But before I do, do you think a medium would be too large for a 16.5 saddle, or okay? Anyone who has a medium with rolled edges, what is the length, and what size saddle do you use it on?
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