Stabile Ride saddle pad liner
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  • It definitely kept the saddle from slipping backwards, so I was able to keep the cinch a little looser than normal, keeping from squeezing the horse's ribcage too much
  • Unfortunately I didn't note that it helped the horse sweat less

    • by AZcowgirl
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      The Stabile Ride saddle pad underliner is a waffle weve rubber-like material that is placed under the regular saddle pad to promote air flow, less sweating, and a cleaner saddle pad. This new innovation not only extends the life of your pad, but adds a non-slip layer that keeps your saddle inplace, and claims to keep your horse from sweating as much, which keeps him more comfortable. It can be cut to fit whatever pad you want

      to use it with, english or western, so it won’t be seen when in use.

      The pad liner is exclusively available at Valley Vat Supply, either online or paper catalog, and it runs about $13, plus shipping. Shipping is free on orders over $60.

      I tested this pad liner on a trail horse in 100+ degree heat, under a very thick synthetic fleece pad, which normally causes ALOT of sweat. The pad liner did what it said in a couple ...


      • of respects: It definitely kept the saddle from slipping backwards, so I was able to keep the cinch a little looser than normal, keeping from squeezing the horse’s ribcage too much. It also kept the main saddle pad drier and cleaner, resulting in washing it less, therefore extending the pad’s life. Unfortunately I didn’t note that it helped the horse sweat less. The waffle weave is supposed to promote air-flow and thereby dry the sweat, but that didn’t
        happen. I felt like the rubberized material actually made the horse sweat more, rather than less.

        Worth $12.95? Sure. If only for the fact that it will save you money in the future on replacing expensive saddle pads, and keeps the horse’s belly more comfy. Does it do everything the manufacturer says? Perhaps, just not with the pad I used it with. Maybe with a lighterweight pad, or a different material it would work like it was supposed to.




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