Sharp contrast piping adds an elegant touch to this dressage pad.
Special attention to fine details make this beautiful dressage pad a smart choice. Classic small square quilting, high thread count and impeccable stitching set this pad apart from others. Cotton lining with foam and polyfill aids with back comfort and allows air to circulate keeping horses cool. Reinforced nylon billet straps have hook-and-loop fasteners for easy use. The Horze River Dressage Saddle Pad is not only functional but also beautiful with piping along the binding that defines the shape with embroidery at the withers for a clean, polished look. Well designed with special attention to detail, this is an excellent choice for a high quality dressage pad. Add embroidery for a special, custom look.
Filling: Foam and Poly.Shell: 100% cotton.
Machine wash, warm water, lay flat to dry.
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I have been using a tanning pad since September three times a week. It lies perfectly on the back, almost does not get dirty, after washing does not sit down, does not fade.
Carpet that remains in place, well cut. Really satisfied.
The saddle pad is beautifully processed. I bought it in white with a blue frame. The fit is great, it does not slip (although I forgot to put it in) and it is super washable (becomes super white again without effort). Had just expected something firmer material, so "stiffer".
Have two of this shabby thing now. Quite decent quality, that is, it is within the idea of the price. The only thing I experienced with the one I had was that it shrunk a lot in the wash .. so then it is recommended to buy a size bigger, items I bought full for my little newf jump which is a small 1er - fit nicely after 1-2 wash :) But a nice shaver for training.
I bought the "Eclipse Blue/Red" for a birthday present, and I almost kept it for myself! The color is gorgeous, and the style is great. It looks amazing on the white horse that it goes on too. So far, has held up well, but isn't used consistently.