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Arriving late november: Cream On Black English style Luxury treeless bareback pad vegan saddle, with basic girth and stirrups

£165.00

Black English pad

Black English pad

Black English pad

Black English pad

2 in stock

Description

Arriving 19th november:

Please note- the main picture shows a MINI version of this colour combo as I can’t find a picture of this colour combo in standard size! Rest assured though, this is for a standard size version. 

Luxury bareback riding pad-The pad is made from fully synthetic materials, vegan and easy to care for!

All pads come with basic dressage style girth and stirrups, but you can use any dressage girth with them.
It can be wiped over with a damp cloth, chucked int he shower- or just brush mud off when it dries.

For full FAQ and more pictures and info on safe use and care, please visit my Frequently Asked Questions

The pad measures about 21″ in length, so suitable for all but the smallest equines.

The pad gives you the feel of bareback- but with padding for you and your horse making it much more comfortable for you both- and offers the secure seat of a saddle with foam rubber pommel and cantle.
These do not bear any weight or pressure on your horse at all, but just create a very secure place for the rider. The best of both worlds!
Perfect for young horses,, horses coming back into work, people (like me and my horses) who just don’t like the weight and separation a normal saddle creates!

A note on the stirrups- I have a pretty balanced seat due to lots of riding bareback and without stirrups. If you are confident in your seat so you don’t NEED stirrups, then using them just as an aid to balance is ok. If you are an unbalanced or novice rider, then i would recommend you use the pad without the stirrups until you gain a balanced seat so don’t rely on stirrups for balance.
For chilled riding, the pad is fine as is. For longer periods or more active riding i would recommend using a treeless saddle pad or a gel riser or similar under the pad.

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