Diamond Wool Contour Felt Ranch Pad


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 Diamond Wool Contour Felt Ranch Pad
The Diamond Wool ranch pad is made with Ranch Tough 1 inch wool felt. The contoured spine has a wither relief notch and is reinforced with distressed leather.
Take a ride in one today and feel the difference!
Size: 30x30x1 or 32x32x1

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Diamond Wool Pads are simply the best. I have used them for many years and they are just as advertised. They wick away moisture, protect the horses back and wear like iron! You can pour the miles onto these pads and they will never let you down.
EMILY W on Jul 30, 2015
high weither on my horse
michael j on Jul 8, 2015
I like wool felt pads and this one should fit my short-backed horse and her round-skirted saddle
Tammy D on Jul 23, 2015
I have a horse with high/long withers and feel like his current pad pulls down on them and makes him sore.
Jackie P on May 26, 2015
Between the Diamond Wool Contour Felt Ranch Pad and this one (Diamond Wool Contour Cowboy Pad) which would you recommend? And are there any major differences? Thanks.
A shopper on Jun 9, 2015
Diamond Wool Contour Felt Ranch Pad 30X30
Diamond Wool Contour Felt Ranch Pad 30X30
Diamond Wool Contour Cowboy Pad 30X30X3/4
Diamond Wool Contour Cowboy Pad 30X30X3/4
Best Answer: The Diamond Wool web site has a catalog that can be downloaded for you to make a comparison.
Reply · Report · Brian B on Jun 9, 2015
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Re: Diamond Wool Contour Felt Ranch Saddle Pad: My western saddle is 25" in length. My current pad is 32" in length and sits on his hips so when he moves the pad rubs his hips. I'm thinking the 30" would be a better fit (??). Any advice would be helpful - thanks!
A shopper on Aug 22, 2015
Best Answer: I agree with you. This is a WONDERFUL PAD! You'll love it. I have a big, spotted saddle horse, with big withers and a long back, so no rubbing. Enjoy! The smaller size should work for you.
Reply · Report · leslie c on Aug 25, 2015
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When you buy it, is it grey or black? I would like to know as a review I read said that it was black instead of grey when they received it?
ThinkingHorses on Jun 12, 2015
Best Answer: The pad is a dark grey. I can see why someone would think black but it is not. I love my pad and I am getting ready to purchase another one.

Reply · Report · Bad B on Jun 12, 2015
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what material is underneath the saddle pad?
Steph on Sep 6, 2015
Best Answer: The construction of the pad is felt on both the top and bottom of the pad. I have two of these pads and have been absolutely pleased with both (one square and one endurance style).
Reply · Report · Ralph W on Sep 8, 2015
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I have a 15hh paint mare that I'm doing barrels with. I'm looking for a saddle pad that's not too thick. Would any of you guys recommend this for barrels?? I was also wondering what size should I get that will fit her because the two I have right now are too big.
Lexi S on Jul 6, 2015
Best Answer: I have this pad and like it. Its pretty much an inch thick. I don't know that much as what to use for barrels, but I don't see why you cannot. As far as size my horse is only 14.2, the pad should only be 2"-3" larger than the saddle. You need some room for movement and so the saddle does not slide off the pad.
One thing with this saddle pad though, you will have to go through it and pick out burrs. It must be something from the manufacturing process, I don't know. Overall, great pad and value. I would reccomend it. I hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Joseph B on Jul 7, 2015
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What color is the pad?
A shopper on Oct 5, 2015
Best Answer: It's a dark heathered charcoal gray. Very neutral and appealing color.
Reply · Report · Julia P on Oct 5, 2015
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How do you wash this pad?
Mary R on Feb 15, 2014
Best Answer: haha you don't. lol
I used to just curry comb it and bang it off. I had another one by the same brand and it has lasted me 10 years. A knowledgeable woman at the barn said if you try to wash it it will discinerate in the wash. The only reason I got this one was because I thought it'd make more sense to just have the work pad instead of using show stuff all the time.
Reply · Report · Alyssa R on Feb 20, 2014
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Why do so many of the contour pads have a partial cutout at the withers? Doesn't the narrow strip at the front put pressure on the withers as much as having no cut out would? I'm trying to find a thick pad that relieves pressure on my QH gelding's withers and this seems counter-intuitive to me. Why not completely cut back the pad at the withers?
Christine R on Sep 17, 2015
Best Answer: This pad is actually made up of 2 wool pads, one on each side, that are connected over the top by the leather strips. It's meant to relieve pressure all along the spine. There's extra cutout space over the withers. The leather strip that goes over the top of the withers in front, prevents the cutout from splaying open under the saddle, which is a problem I've had with most cutout pads. My thoroughbred loves this pad
Reply · Report · Rachel R on Sep 18, 2015
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what size would generally fit every horse?
mackenzie s on Sep 13, 2015
Best Answer: It all depends on the saddle you are using I generally use a 30 inch length on a short backed horse, but some saddles are to long for that length of pad. If you want to play it safe I'd go with a 32 inch length.
Reply · Report · Betsy S on Sep 13, 2015
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what is the percentage of wool and felt?
Cindy W on Jul 21, 2014
Best Answer: Cindy, there's much more wool than felt. I'm not sure what the exact percentage would be but I love this pad. It's really thick but very soft and flexible. Truly, it's a great buy for the price. It is very good quality, seems like it would be more expensive.
Reply · Report · Laura H on Jul 22, 2014
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Is this one piece construction or two sewn together?
A H on Mar 21, 2015
Best Answer: These are two separate pieces. Each are joined by a leather piece, one down the center and another at the withers. This may sound unsatisfactory; but I can assure you Diamond Wool are great pads, they are all I buy. They are durable and I have never had one separate, nor have we ever had problems with the stitching. I would highly recommend them to anyone who uses a horse daily or at least frequently.
Reply · Report · Katherine D on Mar 21, 2015
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How thick is this pad?
A shopper on Feb 2, 2015
Best Answer: It's prob about an inch thick! I love it, I barrel race and rope as well work on a ranch and I use it for everything!
Reply · Report · Charrity L on Feb 3, 2015
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Can you tell me what type of felt is used on this pad? Is it a 10 or 11 or a 15? I've done some research and the 10 or 11 are great as they are a bit softer than the 15.
Amy B on Jul 31, 2014
Best Answer: Hello Amy B.,
I don't know how to answer your specific question, but I bought this pad to overcome soreness to my horse's back caused by a Professional's Choice pad that was too long and lumpy. The other pad was making her tighten her muscles to avoid the discomfort and rubbing and she had a bump forming from the tightness. Since using this pad, all of that has gone away and I see no signs of hair being rubbed off. She now has gone back to enjoying the saddle and her gait has smoothed out. I was very surprised what a huge difference this pad made. It is a pretty nice pad, sturdy stitching and to the touch, doesn't appear too rough. MKO
Reply · Report · Myriam K on Jul 31, 2014
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