via Saddling up the big guy
Lovely horse and an equally lovely post.
I am not 100% familiar with this range. So I welcome any input readers may have to the following query.
My changeable pommel is D3 –
I have completely no idea what width it is (in cm) – could you please
explain it to me please? Gullets for this saddle are defined as
Gullet: K1, K2, K3, K4, K5. There is no “D” as in my saddle… I’ve
got problems also with ascertainment, if this one (D3) is suitable for
my horse. I don’t want it to be too wide or too narrow.
My last question is about the small plastic elements hidden between panels
and seat. I’ve never seen anything like this in regular saddles. Could
you please tell me how to properly use them? Can I remove them and if so
– what then will happened?
There are various dealers for this pad.
The Trekking pad and Profi pad have the inclusion of a seat. The seat supports the lumber section of the riders back and they have two designs offering this.
Material. The upper is a The upper material is from non slip velour leather and the bottom of the pad is made of a foam and with a special textile material resistant to the horse’s sweat, as well as in our riding pads. The pad is also perforated velour leather and the underside a perforated foam textile. Non stirrup design. No pad needed underneath, fits straight to the house.
They also have non seat designs with gel or just a basic. It comes in children’s and adult sizes. These pads are measured similar to a treed saddle. It is nice to see a company offering size options up to an 18″ seat as some pads are just way too long.
These are useful should you wish to change your set up. You can convert either way, English to western or Western to English. Usually these retail at about £30 and can be located directly from Cashel or various worldwide stockists.
This is a review by Martha who uses these pads on her Freisians.