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Tucker Navajo Trail Pad
Tacky Too Navajo Trail Pad is made with a herculeon Navajo top, 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. Made in the USA.
Non Slip Bottom
Pressure Distributing and Shock Absorbing
30" L x 34" W
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Why did you choose this?
Is thisa a giood option for gaited horses - TWH and a Racking horse? We use QH semi-bar saddles.
Best Answer: I got this pad for my 15.3 hand Rocky Mountain horse. According to my trainer, it did not fit her well. We tried it on my 14.2 hand Tennessee Walker and it didn't fit her well either. The trainer said it seemed to be made for a quarter horse. I don't know, it could just be the way my horses are built. I was really disappointed because it's such a pretty pad.
Has anyone tried this pad with a Bob Marshall treeless saddle? Does it have enough padding to give the necessary spine clearance? Does the felt padding feel hard under your seat, rather than comfier foam?
Best Answer: I have tried this pad and it would be a great pad under a treeless saddle. It is better quality than a reinsman tacky two as I wore mine out the first year I owned it and bought this one the second year. It is thicker better quality and will help with the rolling of a treeless saddle. I purchased a tacky pad to keep my saddle in place when mounting. Hope this helps
Tucker River Plant Tooled Brss Saddle Wid what saddle pad and girth do you recommend with this saddle ?
Tucker Navajo Trail Pad Navajo Tan
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.
Could you use this pad with a Specialized Saddle, International model (saddle has western type
seat with english style flaps and knee rolls)?
Best Answer: I ordered this pad & it fits perfectly (in fact a little better than the original pad that the Specialized
company makes for this saddle - it is a little longer thus allowing tying on stuff behind the saddle without laying on the horse's sides & getting all sweaty, etc). Thanks Christine K! Martha W (again).
Does it have 1/2-inch additional thickness on the bar area? It shows in the picture but not in the description. Also, Is it really 34" long? This must be a mistake.
Best Answer: The pad from withers to tail measures is 28". If you lay the pad on a flat surface and measure from where the girth goes to the off side girth then yes the pad does measure 34" in depth. This is a nicely padded neoprene backed pad. I believe the 3 1/2" in the bars is correct. Its beautiful too. Hope this helps.