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Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black

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Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black

$45.00
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
  • Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
Lena Saddle Pad 500 for Horse and Pony - Black
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This half pad was designed to distribute saddle pressure and protect the horse’s back from impact.

BENEFITS

Cushioning

The foam absorbs impact and distributes pressure under the saddle.

User comfort

The spinal clearance limits pressure on the horse’s back.

Moisture-wicking

The breathable mesh along the topline helps the horse stay cool and dry.

Lightweight

Weighs only about 500 g.

Stability

The fleece edges provide extra stability.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Composition

One shock-absorbing foam pad: 1 cm
One comfort foam pad: 2 cm

Dimensions:

Total length: 60 cm
Pad height at the front: 26.5 cm
Pad height at the rear: 21 cm

Weight:

500 g

Shape:

Suitable for general-purpose, jumping, and dressage saddles. Not suitable for Western saddles.

One size:

Fits horses and ponies over 13.3 hh.

This product is ideal for:

Horses with sensitive backs. This pad helps ensure a snug fit between the saddle and the horse’s back.

Tips for use:

It’s important to choose the right saddle pad. Before going for a test ride, check that your saddle is wide enough to accommodate it. A well-fitted pad won’t affect the saddle’s balance. You may need to change the girth or adjust it by one or two holes. Make sure to check the girth straps once mounted.