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  1. #41
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    I like the USG ones and I have a pile of the Ogilvy "baby pads" that really aren't and come in great colors for ~$45 if you can stand the ~4 week wait.

    I do like that the USG pads have matching earnets. I am a matching snob.



  2. #42
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    Another vote for PRI pads. They come in every color under the sun and hold up really well. I have several for schooling and they just get thrown in the washing machine and hung on a fence to dry. Can't beat them at about $30 each!



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    I'll throw in another vote for the TuffRider pads. Mine fit fine under both my 18" dressage saddle and my jumping saddle. They're a bit big on my Arab, but at $15 I don't care. I also really like Roma's pads, but they're a bit more pricy at $40. The TuffRider ones are apparently indestructible. I still ride in the original one I got for my Arab 5 years ago. I've done endurance rides in them. I've done trail rides. I ride in them daily. The oldest one is a bit worn and has a few stains, but given what I've put it through, I've certainly gotten my money's worth out of it.



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    You can make your own!
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    VW sucks.



  5. #45
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    Quote Originally Posted by snbess View Post
    How about a $20 Dover Saddlery white dressage pad and a bottle of your favorite color fabric dye?
    Actually, a tie-dyed pad might be pretty cool...

    Quote Originally Posted by amastrike View Post
    Sounds like fun! I know what I'm doing this weekend!
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    http://www.horsetackco.com/pri-squar...l#.UZ2B8L_U7zI

    I have a few of these pads (in AP) and they're lovely, and come in a huge range of colors and look great with a monogram!



  7. #47
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    I'm thoroughly enjoying all the enabling, although my bank account won't I found some great colored ones on eBay that are reasonably priced, and have been considering a darkish teal pad for my mahogany bay. I also agree with the PRI recommendations: I've had good luck with their pads.



  8. #48
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    Quote Originally Posted by DancingFoalFarms View Post
    I'm thoroughly enjoying all the enabling, although my bank account won't
    I was thinking the same thing!

    Thanks for all the great suggestions, everyone!
    Tack Cleaning/All-Things-Tack nut
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