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5 of 5 You guys CARE! September 13, 2021
Reviewer: Amanda B. from Columbia Falls, MT United States  
As an online merchant myself, it is a pleasure to work with another small company that sells a specialty product and clearly CARES. I've purchased from you several times and the customer service and product are both exceptional. Happy trails!!!!!!!

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5 of 5 January 19, 2021
Reviewer: linda dunshee from Rio Verde, AZ United States  


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5 of 5 Great saddle September 3, 2020
Reviewer: Linda Barton from Woodstock, MD United States  


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5 of 5 Excellent saddle pad... fits my Arab perfectly... November 9, 2019
Reviewer: Joan Teasdale from New York, NY United States  


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5 of 5 EquiPedic Standard Endurance Saddle Pads December 27, 2016
Reviewer: Candace Keach from Oak Harbor, WA United States  
Beautiful pad. Keeps my horse's back dry under the saddle. I love the feature as it shows that my saddle combined with this "fit" my horse. I also love that it gives my horse many hours and miles of comfort.

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5 of 5 Very functional for treeless saddle May 23, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Star, ID United States  
An employee at ART convinced me this was the pad to pair with my Freeform Treeless saddle and she was right! Great shock absorption and no slipping. I have ridden two very round backed horses in this combination and have had no issues. The saddle pad is well constructed and is substantial enough that it gives some form to the saddle so that it doesn't feel like the saddle is bottoming out on the horses back. I have a dry channel all the way down the horse's spine when I take the saddle/pad off after a 10 mile walk/trot. The only drawback is the felt underside wears out before the top which appears to be a ballistic cordura. However, given how well the pad compliments the function of my saddle I don't mind replacing the pad every 3 years or so as the inserts also need replacing by then.

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