Tough-1 Childs Tandem Ride Behind Saddle

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Tough-1 Childs Tandem Ride Behind Saddle

Cordura Nylon Ride-Behind Tandem Saddle.  Hook first set of straps to the tie strap ring and the second set to the ring on the girth.
Disclaimer: Not intended for mounting purposes, the stirrups are intended for support/stability while riding.
  • Cordura nylon over shock absorbing foam
  • Thick foam padded cantle (helps protect the rider from injury
  • Attaches firmly to the back of most western saddles
  • Nylon straps on the swell provide handles
  • Stirrups
  • Adjustable nylon leathers


    Always check any screws or ties that may have loosened during use. Replace or restore any leather, nylon, cotton or other material that shows signs of wear, stretching, cracking, stiffness or elongation of holes.

    Approximately 36" L x 19-1/2" W x 1" Thick

  • Product Reviews by Customers

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    awsome seat for childern
    LACEY C on Sep 21, 2015
    never got it, you stopped carrying it.
    Charlene B on Jun 27, 2015
    I bought this to take my friend's kids on rides. I also bought the "mustang nylon kiddy-up Stirrups" for when the kids feel comfortable enough to sit in the saddle alone. (I'll still be leading the horse ofcourse!)
    HOLLY M on Sep 20, 2015
    Works great for my 7 year old to ride along on trail rides.
    RAVEN P on Feb 4, 2015
    can the tandem come off the saddle?
    jamie on Jan 10, 2015
    Best Answer: Yes it detaches from saddle.
    No it doesn't hold a child secure. I used mine one time. After a short distance on a trail me and my son started to go up a very slight incline. The tandem saddle came loose and my son started sliding back, fortunately I grabbed him before he went of the back of my horse. I looked over the tandem saddle and a couple of the straps had broken. Pretty much any where a little bit of pull was placed on the saddle it had torn a hole.
    Reply · Report · Angela R on Jan 12, 2015
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    Does the saddle have enough padden in it that the child is not in pain while riding?
    tonya f on Apr 20, 2015
    Best Answer: Yes it is exactly what we wanted and our 3 year old grandson enjoys riding on it with us. It is comfortable and it is secured well to the saddle with 2 straps on each side so it does not move.
    Reply · Report · Martha M on Apr 21, 2015
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    Will this attach to all western saddles?
    Samuel L on Aug 13, 2015
    Best Answer: Yes, I believe it will. There are no instructions with it,but you attach the long straps to the saddle dee ring. This is a nice seat for kids, but I attached a tie down strap to the rings on the place where they can hold on, as it did not come with a strap. Any strong rope or band with snaps will work for more security.
    Reply · Report · SUSAN R on Aug 15, 2015
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    how does the tandem saddle get secured to the saddle? No instructions were included.
    Annette B on Sep 3, 2015
    Best Answer: It attaches to the cinch, I had to YouTube it for instructions! You will never get it right if u don't. Very lazy on Tough-1's part not to include them! It's made well but the stirrips are wayyyy to long and my daughter is 9! Had to buy an assist set to sew on myself
    Reply · Report · SHANNON M on Sep 4, 2015
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