Do you stock saddle pads all year round?
Yes, we keep a great range in stock all year, in a great range of colours and styles. Don't leave your saddle rubbing in all the wrong places, or looking too worn and scruffy, replace it now from our great selection.
Isn't wool hot?
Merino wool is a natural shock absorber and it thermoregulates. Wool has the ability to absorb up to 30% of its own weight in moisture and when used in conjunction with Premier Equines' advanced Airtechnology it allows moisture to escape, keeping your horse dry and comfortable. With a larger surface area covering the entire under-seat panel region, the natural fibres will effectively wick away moisture from the skin, distribute pressure evenly and aid shock absorption. Real wool is still one of the most technically advanced materials in the world and probably the best you can use under a saddle pad.
Is a clear spine pad a good idea?
Clear-spine designs can cause pressure from seamlines, posing the potential for rubs, sores and uneven pressure distribution. To prevent this, all Premier Equine Merino Wool Saddle Pads no longer feature a clear-spine design to enhance comfort and protect your horse.
I compete in Dressage but need a pad with numbers - how do I attach them?
Each Premier Equine close contact cotton dressage competition saddle pad ( Item number PE3029) comes with 2 patches and 2 x number patches that are attached either side of the pad onto integrated Velcro patches, compliant with the new British Dressage requirements.Number patches come with three complete sets of numbers for each side and easily slot into the transparent pockets on the number patch.
Do you sell pony saddle pads?
Yes we do, with a range of pads designed especially for ponies. Most are replicas of the full size horse options, but check out the My Pony Jack range too.