Mustang Navajo Bareback Pad

$59.99
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Product Summary:

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Premium Sierra herculon bareback pads have a durable herculon top, 1" felt center and economy fleece bottom.  Pad features 2" web handles and tie straps, poly stirrup straps and heavy welded dees with roller buckle.  Stirrups included.  Cinch not included.
 
Size: 30"x 26"

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cute and great price. Also has stirrups
Tracy A on Apr 17, 2014
I am training my two wold mustangs to accept a saddle. This is there beginning step.
M S on Feb 28, 2014
Needed something light for our grandkids to use when riding our donkey
Lisa M on Mar 15, 2014
Can you use any Western cinch with this?
chermarie on Feb 12, 2015
Best Answer: Yes any western cinch will work, u will also need an off billet to attach. One side has tie strap
Reply · Report · ELANNA I on Feb 12, 2015
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can a cinch be installed?
A shopper on Aug 18, 2014
Best Answer: Yes. I attached a cinch to the webbing on the right, secured through a hole in which I'd put a grommet. Then I tied a latigo to the left side rings. Shortening both sides of the webbing is a good idea since they are quite long. Now my pad cinches up just like a western saddle and stays put. Hated the webbing at first, but now love the pad. Had to put extra holes for the stirrups because they're so long, but it was a simple matter of poking through the webbing with an X-acto knife.
Reply · Report · Julianne L on Aug 18, 2014
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Can you attach a cinch to it to keep more stable on the horse? Never used one yet.
A shopper on Jun 30, 2014
Best Answer: I ended up using four straps to hook on an English girth to it but it took some innovation. I had to take the stirrups off to do so also so I don't know if it is up your ally. The little strap is build in not meant to be used with another cinch, but you can make it work if you really want to. And I have to say it doesn't slide anymore I love it. Its a great pad it just needs a cinch to match.
Reply · Report · EMILY F on Jul 1, 2014
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