Western Cotton Quilted Underpad 3-Pack

$17.50
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Western Cotton Quilted Underpad 3-Pack

$17.50

Buy 2 or more, each at $16.10
Buy 3 or more, each at $15.75
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Product Summary:

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Protect your saddle pads and blankets from dirt and excess wear with these underpads. Made of soft cotton quilted broadcloth with 8 oz. polyfill and seam running around entire pad, they provide extra padding and absorbency. 
Sold as a single package containing 3 pads.
 
Size:
34" L x 27" W

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SANDRA M on Jun 10, 2014
I need something to clean my expensive saddle pads clean while riding and the 3 pack makes it so I can have 3 horses tack up at once
BRIANNA F on Apr 8, 2014
in expensive beds to put in dog crates
BRIDGET B on Apr 11, 2014
Are these pads contoured?
Danielle O on Nov 30, 2015
Best Answer: Contoured for the withers? If so, no. They have slightly rounded corners but no extra material to accommodate the withers. Also, I have found they don't stay under the saddle pad very well. After 15 or so minutes of riding they start to slide out the back of the pad. Too bad because I thought they would be an inexpensive way to keep the
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do they make the pad slide?
A shopper on Mar 27, 2014
Best Answer: We were using a Reinsman pad with the tacky too. We purchased the underpad to use as a liner for the comfort of one of our horses. This underpad did not work for older swayback TNW. Because of the swayback of my horse, the liner did slip beneath the pad.
Reply · Report · Sandee S on Mar 27, 2014
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