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post #1 of 19 Old 03-18-2012, 09:10 PM Thread Starter
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Slipping saddle pad!

I ride English, I have a Circuit saddle and I'm using a Roma reversible pad. It always slips back bad when I'm cantering or jumping! Any ideas on how to keep it in place? Is there any other pad you would suggest?
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post #2 of 19 Old 03-18-2012, 09:18 PM
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Do you have picture of your pad?
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Yeah, hold on...
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I would be very interested in seeing pictures of your horse tacked up.
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That pad has no keepers to hold it in place, the reason it slips out of place. You could sew some keepers in place that secure it to the saddle.
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Do you know of any good pad that has keepers that could be used without a half pad (one that's thick enough)?
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A wool felt one is pretty thick. Sorry, I am at work & can't tell you the brand offhand, but it's a natural fiber, doesn't need a half pad and you can find them with keepers in dressage sizes.
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Why do you need a thick pad?
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Because I don't want to have to use a half pad with it.
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