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Which kind of valance does my horse need?
When it comes to saddles, there are many different possibilities. This includes cushions made of cottons, gels, foams or wools. A few useful hints will help you find out which half-shell is best suited for you and your horse. Usually we use saddles that can be used directly on the back of the horse and pluck them according to their look.
Seat cushions often become a clothing accessoire and their functions are overlooked. Latest development in the field of upholstery has made it a very advanced product. Few saddles are filled with "fabric" and some plastic foams. Now many half pillows have a floor covered with honeycomb-like cloth, which immediately wicks the perspiration away from the horse's core, runs through the cloth and then returns the cellular material to the outside world.
This pad is suitable for intensive workouts or for those who perspire quickly and permanently. Some of the saddles are padded with coat. They are usually expensive and the medical grade sheepskin is the cause. Medicated sheepskin is anti-allergic and perfect for delicate ponies.
The only solution for a horse that rubs under the seat, belt or leg is often to use it. At this top class competition you hardly see any horse without additional upholstery. It' simple to give the horse's back more comforts. The gel pad is placed between the pad and nut.
The gel pad absorbs shocks or even small deficiencies in the equilibrium of the fitting of the saddle. They can be used as a temporal adjustment of a saddling issue, but should not be used over a longer duration. For example, these cushions cause a rise in the back of the pad.
They are perfect for short-term use, e.g. on a horse that is growing rapidly. The pad is made of cellular material and prevents the pad and pad from sliding. The pad should be placed directly on the back of the horse to be efficient. However, the old adage applies: saddles are no remedy for an ill-fitting seat!
You should have your rider check your rider at least once a year, preferably twice a year. In this way, they are able to make the necessary settings in the semitrailer as they see fit. 2.