Both ranching and cattle work put a lot of strain on your horse. On the farm or ranch, your horse is your livelihood.
Trail riding on rough, uneven terrain for many miles puts a lot of strain on your horse. Your horses need comfort and protection to do their job to the best of their ability.
Both ranching and cattle work put a lot of strain on your horse. On the farm or ranch, your horse is your livelihood. Like a well-oiled machine, your horses need comfort and protection to do their job to the best of their ability.
Ranch work is your livelihood. You work hard and take care of the land. You invest in the tradition that those who came before you established. You work livestock to support your family and for future generations. You are a vital part of economies and rural development around the world!
Most every horse person knows that a poor fitting saddle can cause pressure points, but a less commonly known fact is that your saddle pad, if made from synthetic materials, can trap heat against your horse causing sores and swelling.
Depending on the terrain and the conditions, as well as how long you plan to be on your horse, trail riding can be physically demanding on both you and your horse.
Place your saddle pad in the right spot on your horse’s back and you’ll get the most out of your pad, your saddle and your horse! Watch as Chris Cox explains proper pad placement.
Your horse puts in a lot of work. Sometimes all day long. You know this. Whether you’re out gathering cattle, throwing loops, or on a long trail ride, your hard-working horse deserves a pad with its needs in mind.
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