Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Greenville area / SC
Putting on a no slip pad really makes the problem worst. If the original pad is moving because of an ill fitting saddle or original pad placement, then the inability of the new pad to move can cause irritation.
Pads slip primarily due to saddle fit or, as you mentioned, a saddle that is too loose. Both conditions cause the saddle to move around on your horse's back.
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