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  • Western therapeutic barrel saddle pad reviews
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    07-24-2012, 07:22 PM
  #1
Weanling
Question Is this saddle pad any good????

I am looking for a nice, comfy pad for trail riding my filly. I don't want a really heavy one, as it gets so warm here. I ride her with a western type endurance saddle which fits well. Any comments on this pad, or suggestions on different ones?? Right now, I'm not prepared to spend a fortune on a pad - maybe in the future I'm riding her only at the walk now, but soon....... Here is a picture of the saddle (the only one I have, unfortunately) My dughter is riding her around the driveway. She had never ridden, and my baby is pretty green, but it turned out ok. Of course, then my grandson wanted a ride.... Thanks for any advice!!!!!!!!


Brand new western therapeutic saddle pad. It's made by Showman with Pride in the USA! This pad is alot like the pads made by Tucker and Hilason. Works well with the trooper style saddles and othter saddles with the longer flap. Great to use with the treeless saddles like the ones made by Bob Marshall. It is a made of a neoprene non-slip on the bottom. It is a ventilated material and is soft and comfortable, tough and durable on the top. It has Orthepedic construction and spinal pressure relief. It is contoured and should fit many saddles including barrel shaped saddles. It measures 29" from front to back along the side and about 18" from top to bottom at the longest part where the flap it. It's about 9" from top to bottom on the side in the back. It can be used for Western saddles including endurance saddles and also some Australian saddles. Just measure your saddle to see if it will fit. It's an awesome pad.
It's non-absorbent and reduces sore backs. It has high-density foam to absorb shock! You can rinse this pad with water to clean it! You just hose it off when you are done riding! This pad is the same pad you see in catalogs for up to $125! What a wonderful pad and a great value! I only got a few of these in and they will sell out fast. Please email me or call me at 386-497-2117 if you have any questions.
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    07-24-2012, 08:06 PM
  #2
Green Broke
Instead of getting one "LIke" a tucker, get a tucker. The coolbacks, Woolbacks, and Southwest topped coolback fleece pads are all pretty popular in endurance circles and sell for under $100. Check em out at horsesaddleshop.com. Also they are made in USA, not in China
     
    07-24-2012, 08:23 PM
  #3
Weanling
Thanks for the advice. I hadn't noticed where it was made. I will check the originals out; just wasn't sure whether to buy a less expensive one now and see how it worked, or wait until I could get a better one.
     

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