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Hunter No Slip Saddle Pad
Prevents saddles and saddle pads from slippingVisit www.successequestrian.com The Hunter No-Slip pad will keep your saddle pad and saddle in place. Developed and recommended by professionals, this pad won't bunch up, even after jumping many fences. No more saddle slipping too far back or riding up the neck and no more over-tightening of girths. It can even eliminate the need for a breastplate. You'll never have to use addtional non-slip rubber padding ever again. This pad prevents slippage on even the hardest to fit horses. The rubber grip bottom layer is completely breathable with soft satin rub-free fabric on the wither area to ensure comfort. Easy to wash with a non-bleach detergent in warm water. It's even ok to spot treat. Air fluff in dryer but no heat. Best to hang dry. Available in White, sizes Medium (16-16.5"saddles) and Large (17-17.5"saddles).
Status:Available
Category:General Tack
New/Used:New
Location:Doylestown, PA 18902
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 95
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