Best Friend Bareback Pad

£69.95

The Best Friend™ Bareback Pad

Why use a Bareback Pad?

  • To experience close contact between you and your horse.
  • To develops a secure seat.
  • To Increase your riding confidence.
  • To keep clean.
  • To keep yourself and your horse more comfortable.
  • It’s a quick, easy and fun way to ride.
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Description:

The Best Friend™ Bareback Pad

  • Non-slip bottom
  • Comes complete with matching girth
  • Breathable synthetic suede fabric
  • Unlike other bareback pads, contoured to fit the horse’s back
  • It does not ‘scrunch up’ like other pads.
  • High-density foam padding throughout, with additional cushioning in wither area.
  • Handhold for those spooky moments!.
  • The underneath is a waffle type material ~ this wicks away sweat.
  • Easy-care washable ~ wipe with a damp cloth.
  • Wide waffle type covering, which is comfortable for the horse.
  • Available in Hunter Green, Navy blue, Black and Red
  • Girth extenders are available to add up to 14 inches.

Available in the following sizes:

  • Pony –     pony / child size adjusts to approximately 50 to 70 inches. Fits all Ponies up to 13’2HH.
  • Pony –    approx. 53cm in length x 39cm in depth
  • Horse –   adjusts to fit circumference of approximately 60 to 86 inches. Fits a Heavy 13’3hh Pony up to ALL Horse Sizes.
  • Horse –   approx. 57cm in length x 43cm in depth

To Clean: Brush off with a gentle brush and then wipe with a damp cloth.  May be machine washed on gentle in cold water and air dried. 

Best Friend Pads are used by students of riding programs, therapeutic programs, bareback riding resorts, and even the UK Metropolitan Mounted Police use them for training.

Product can be shipped internationally across Europe [NOT USA]
Extra shipping charges will apply.

USA customers please go to www.bestfriendequine.com

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