I Need Suggestions for Breaking In New Saddle Pad
I just purchased a new western saddle pad. It has a wool blanket top, felt center and a wool fleece bottom. It is 1" thick. Are there any tricks to breaking in a new pad besides time and riding? I am talking about something that I can do while it is not on my horse.
Sounds like a neat pad, what is the make? I need a good Western pad, too. Just got a really cute headstall and orderd some handmade conchos for it. But a pad is way more important. I guess I got distracted by the bling.
I didn't know one was supposed to do anything for breaking in pads, other than just using them. I will learn something, too.
I got this pad from Jeffers Equine. Wool & Felt - Jeffers It is the New Zealand Wool Pad in black. I was not sure what to expect as it is not cheap, but certainly not high end either, but I am really pleased with it. It seems to be well made.
I have never heard of anybody breaking in a saddle pad other then riding in it either. It just hate the break in period and was hoping to speed up the process.
I hope you can find a pad to go with your new headstall. I love getting new tack. For some reason my guys never quit appreciate the bling as much as I do.
Pads of this type are best broken in by using. They will eventually conform to a degree to the shape of your horse and the way the saddle fits. I've been using my current 1" 5star for ~ 1 1/2 years and there is a difference in the way it fits from the time I bought it to now.
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