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post #1 of 5 Old 11-13-2013, 08:30 PM Thread Starter
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Mad Cow saddle pads?

I found this pad earlier, and while it looks good I don't know if anyone here has had any experience with the brand. Thoughts?

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I've heard the gel in the pad can become clumped & hard - making it really not good. No experience myself but keeps me away from them knowing that.
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I had a mad cow bronc halter and both the screws for the noseband fell out the first time I used it. Hopefully their pads are better quality.
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Thanks for the responses, I will avoid the brand :) I couldn't find many reviews so that's why I asked on here!
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