Help protect your horses back with this breathable, non-slip pad and help keep your saddle in place. The Horze Fleece Quilted Rising Half Pad is an economical yet fashionable solution for minor saddle problems. This pad raises the saddle correctly providing a secure, comfortable fit. The top of the pad features a beautiful diamond quilt pattern with fleece underside and faux fur edging. You may also like the Horze Wool Rising Pad.
Measures 22 in (56 cm) along the spine with a 10 in (25 cm) drop (at the widest point).
This pad looks lovely on however I think that it could be a bit thicker/denser to provide more padding to the back; otherwise fantastic product. Just would not recommend for a horse with any kind of back tenderness.Written on by Anonymous
I bought this pad to use instead of always using my Roma sheepskin pad and it works great! Great quality and price for a nice Half pad.Written on by Anonymous
recently bought this, its great and fits my and my sisters two ponies and we love it and the ponies do too! looks smart however the white edging is very white!! hopefully it will look smart at my dressage competition soon! :) would buy another in the futureWritten on by happy customer :D
I think is a really good pad. Why? My reasons: 1- It's cheap. 2- Is light. 3- Goes good with a pony and with a horse. 4- Looks nice.Written on by Laau
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