Reinsman Tacky Too Bareback Pad

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Reinsman® Tacky-Too® Contoured Microsuede Bareback Pad


Contoured Microsuede Bareback Pad featuring the patented Tacky- Too™ material to assure an abrasion-resistant, non-slip base. Made with ultra soft microsuede fabric top with 1/2" felt liner and Tacky-Too™ bottom. Includes fleece covered 32" adjustable cinch.  Please note, color shades may vary due to differences in dye lots.

Size:
24" x 16"x1/2" Thick 
 
Washing Instructions- Hand wash or rinse with hose and hang dry.
 

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Well made and tacky side is secure on the horse's back and the micro-suede is also not slippery. It's my second one.
Traci W on May 25, 2015
Does this saddle fit a large standard or a mammoth donkey?
A shopper on May 6, 2015
Best Answer: This bareback pad is designed to fit an average size horse, but it would "probably" fit a donkey so long as the included 32" adjustable cinch is the right size for that animal as well. We couldn't say, however, if a pad made for horses would slip more on donkeys, or fit inappropriately otherwise? The Tacky Too bottom might help hold it in place, but there are no dees to attach a breast collar if needed. Unfortunately it's not possible to know for sure in advance.
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