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    03-20-2013, 11:23 AM
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Mine just came in the mail yesterday and I met the UPS guy at the door. I blew out of my house with my hair on fire to get to the barn. It's been unbelievably wintery here, after a fairly mild February, so I just took Stell out for a short ride. She's a little narrow with prominent withers, so I was looking for something to give me a little bit of grip and something to keep me from rolling my pelvis forward and bracing against her withers. Boy, did I get it!

I've been working on my seat in saddle and bareback, and holy smokes, this thing glued my butt down and I spent so much less time correcting slip and slide and balance than I have even in saddle with the benefit of stirrups.

After one ride, I'm crazy impressed with this thing. Can't wait to break it in some more.
     
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    03-21-2013, 01:01 AM
  #12
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Update! I used the pad today for about 30 minutes and I must say, it is worth EVERY penny I paid for it. It's so comfortable I can't even describe it. It is the best thing I have ever used! I am in love! I really recommend this product to anyone who is willing to spend their money and get something amazing! Love love love it!
     
    03-24-2013, 12:48 AM
  #13
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Originally Posted by KatieMae    
Mine just came in the mail yesterday and I met the UPS guy at the door. I blew out of my house with my hair on fire to get to the barn. It's been unbelievably wintery here, after a fairly mild February, so I just took Stell out for a short ride. She's a little narrow with prominent withers, so I was looking for something to give me a little bit of grip and something to keep me from rolling my pelvis forward and bracing against her withers. Boy, did I get it!

I've been working on my seat in saddle and bareback, and holy smokes, this thing glued my butt down and I spent so much less time correcting slip and slide and balance than I have even in saddle with the benefit of stirrups.

After one ride, I'm crazy impressed with this thing. Can't wait to break it in some more.
Isn't it amazing!? I LOVE it! Glad to hear it worked great for you too! Happy riding
     

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