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Rated 5 out of 5 by horsy-luver100 Great Product
I use this non-slip pad on a horse that has no withers and the saddle barely rolls anymore. I'm very satisfied with the results and would recommend it to anybody that has saddle slipping problems, works with both western and english saddles.
March 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Thunder Great Product!
I got this pad recently because I have a fleece saddle pad that slips when I canter and my horse has a short back so this was the best option. I LOVE IT! It works great! My horse doesn't mind it and it fits right under my pad. I would notice how my pad kept slipping back but now it works great!I was doing a ton of flat work and it didn't slip once. Not even when I mounted. I jump so saddle security is very important to me. I don't think I will have a problem jumping though now. I would defiantly recommend this to someone who doesn't want to get a square saddle pad. The quality was also good. I would highly recommend this product!
January 14, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by only3barrels This does not work
As soon as the horses back gets wet, the pad sllps right off. I almost had a wreck. I would not recommend this product. It could cause someone to get hurt.
October 25, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Haley Not quite what I expected
I ordered this because my horse had spots by his withers(he is extremely high withered) where the hair was being rubbed off. My trainer told me to try a towel, but my saddle slipped a lot with that so I thought I would try this. The material should work, but it was a lot smaller than I expected. It covers most of the rubbed area and should keep my saddle from slipping. It's kinda cheap though for the price.
August 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Krystal M. Works Great!
I used to ride and my instructor always swore by these, and I see why! Before I'd use them, my saddle would slip and slide everywhere, but these always kept my saddles, blankets, etc in place. I'm getting back into riding after a 4 year break, and I'll for sure be buying these! The only thing is that they're kind of flimsy and tear easily, but if you don't tug on them after putting them on the horse, they should be perfect.
June 22, 2011