It's Not Just Another Saddle Pad

March 26, 2017 2 min read

A Pain-Free Future: Our Therapeutic Anti-Slip All-Purpose Saddle Pads

Therapeutic Saddle PadsWhen horses were first domesticated, the biggest concern, in terms of gear, was the comfort of the rider. In those days, pads or blankets were used on the back of the horse to make it easier for a person to ride for an extended period of time without having pain. As the saddle evolved and became more widespread, the pads were placed under the saddle as a way to protect the horse’s skin and absorb sweat. We've come a very long way since the invention of the saddle. With more knowledge of horse health and the causes of their aches and pains, saddle pads can be used not only only as a way to prevent the basic pains of riding, but as a way to alleviate symptoms of discomfort that might have once gone undetected.

A saddle pad can mean the difference between comfort and pain for your horse.

The technology used in our Therapeutic Anti-Slip All-Purpose Saddle Pads help relieve pain symptoms in your horse and improve circulation. The fabric we use emits far-infrared rays, which keep your horse’s back muscles relaxed. Bodily functions operate more smoothly, allowing for a safe and natural recovery time. Better blood circulation and oxygen flow reduce pain, and your horse can enjoy better health and quality of life. More oxygen and a decrease in inflammation make for a more comfortable day out. The saddle pads employ amazing technology to alleviate pain while absorbing sweat and providing fantastic comfort and support. This amazing saddle pad is made up of ceramic nanoparticles and uses far-infrared rays to keep the muscles supple. The saddle pad boasts an all-purpose shape and dries quickly. Anti-wrinkle technology and machine washability makes this saddle pad easy to care for and it looks great too!

See the difference a quality saddle pad can have on your horse!



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