Tucker Microsuede Trail Pad

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Tucker Microsuede Trail Pad

Tacky Too Microsuede Trail Pad is made with a soft colorfast microsuede top that won't fade, core is made of absorbent 1" felt breathable cushions with Tacky Too® non-slip bottom that is anti-bacterial, ventilated, pressure distributing, shock absorbing, and deceptively tough and durable. It does not pull or collect the horse's hair nor does it trap heat or sweat. Reduce sore backs and saddle roll! Low maintenance, easy to clean and quick drying. Genuine wear leathers are coordinated to compliment the color.  Futurity front.
Size: 34" x 28"

Made in the USA.

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I've used Tacky-Tack pads for years. They hold the saddle in place, are easy to clean, provide good padding, and wear well.
Julia V on Oct 14, 2015
To make the saddle more comfortable for my horse.
Glenn P on Feb 8, 2015
I have a Tucker Saddle and have had this pad in past. Trying to prevent slipping while riding.
Samanna B on Oct 12, 2015
I have one of these looks great with my tucker saddle now I am buying one for my husband.
ANITA C on Jan 1, 2015
How do you clean this pad?
Linda F on Sep 26, 2014
Best Answer: It's very easy to clean! I have hosed it off and let dry. I have wiped with a rag with a tiny bit on Dawn and warm water. It is a GREAT pad for a horse that is low in front or has a hollow behind its withers. I bought it for one of my horses but my roommate "steals" it and uses it on hers!
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Does this pad fit the Tucker plantation saddles 18.5 in seat? thanks
jane m on Apr 21, 2015
Best Answer: I use mine under a 16.5 saddle and it fits perfectly. I dont know about an 18.5 saddle. I would think it would be a very tight fit.
Reply · Report · Darrell E on Apr 22, 2015
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Is the 34" across or front to back?
Barbara on Jan 20, 2014
Best Answer: I'm sorry that I will be unable to help answer that question. When I bought it I was going to use it with the saddle that I owned at the time. However, I purchased a new horse shortly after I purchased the pad and my old saddle did not fit my horse. I had to purchase a full bar saddle for my quarter horse and the pad was to small for my new saddle so I sold it with my other saddle. I was bummed because it was a really nice pad, awesome quality. The saddle that I purchased it for was an Arab saddle that didn't have fenders on it. It was contoured so the pad looked great with it. My new saddle is a western equitation saddle with the big square double fenders and the pad was too small. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful. Laura
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Tucker River Plant Tooled Brss Saddle Wid what saddle pad and girth do you recommend with this saddle ?
Kimberly D on Aug 4, 2015
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Best Answer: I have used the Tucker Microsuede Trail pad and the Neoprene Cinch for my saddle for about ten years. I'm on my third saddle pad and used two cinches that I rotate through washings. I've never had a horse with a sore back or any galls with this combination. Other types of saddle pads don't let my Plantation saddle fall into the correct position on my horses back.
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