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  1. #1
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    Default Good source for custom color dressage pads?

    I'm trying to find a white dressage pad with black and metallic gold trim. Equine Couture made one that I really liked, but no one seems to have them anymore.

    I have found places that allow you to choose trim and piping colors, but it looks like the gold color they offer is a flat, deep yellow color instead of metallic.

    Does anyone have any recommendations, other than trying to do it myself?

    This is the pad trim I like, but the pad color is black:

    http://www.amazon.com/Equine-Couture.../dp/B0046HEEJ6
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    Equine Textiles could probably make one for you.



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    I know someone who makes custom pads (and stock ties, shad points, etc.) - if you want I can give you her contact info by PM so as to not post an ad for her here.
    My horse is a dressage diva so I don't have to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kota View Post
    Equine Textiles could probably make one for you.
    Thanks, I will look them up!

    Quote Originally Posted by netg View Post
    I know someone who makes custom pads (and stock ties, shad points, etc.) - if you want I can give you her contact info by PM so as to not post an ad for her here.
    Yes, please PM me. Although, since I am the one asking, I don't think you providing info is the same as posting an ad.
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    The Mattes custom pads are gorgous but also expensive and they have lots of color options.



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    I second Seams Right- they are super quality and wash well!!!
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    This person has one advertised. You could get it and see what brand it is http://www.masinya.com/ada/DressageT...iesForSale.pdf

    Can get custom from Bit of Britain
    http://www.bitofbritain.com/Classic_..._p/21711-2.htm

    Can probably get the PRI like that http://www.bitofstyle.net/dressage_saddle_pads.asp
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    If you don't sew a little yourself. Buy a white pad you like. Trim you like and bring it to a local alteration shop (a lot of cleaners also do alterations) and have them add it. TA DA...custom pad.



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    Quote Originally Posted by baylady7 View Post
    I second Seams Right- they are super quality and wash well!!!
    Me too. Her pads are so nice that I've given away most of my other ones, including ones that I'd never used.



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    Dover has one - white with gold trim for $44.90

    http://www.doversaddlery.com/product.asp?pn=X1-19555
    Sandy in Fla.



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