Burioni Best Condition Saddlepad
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Burioni Best Condition Saddlepad
- Wool underneath with Dry sec upper that has a Therapeutic Gel pad on top
- Anti Slip and shock absorbing – this is a very exciting saddle pad
- Burioni recommend that you can wash by hand, cold water with detergents for wool, or riders can wash by machine on a gentle wool program
- A good tip – when the saddle pad is dry brush the wool on the saddlepad before brushing the horse
- Measures 65cm down the back of the horse and 100cm across the horse
Colours: Black, Green, Fuchsia, Red & Royal Blue. Other colours can be ordered.
Well worth the money! It is nice & thick & with the added gel cushion on top it’s fantastic. Great for long endurance rides with a dressage saddle. Would highly recommend 👍🏻
Seems a bit too padded but squishes down nicely once you are in the saddle
Saddle is held in place and doesnt slide.
Also has good clearance for my high withered horse
I've tried a few endurance pads now and this one has been my favourite
Repeat purchaser of burioni pads, and I’m so glad I gave the BC pad a try too.
Excellent for sensitive skinned horses, really soft wool
The gel pads sit perfectly with my franko saddle, and the horses move so comfortably under them
Even sweat patterns, spinal clearance maintained by the pads shape as standard, doesn’t brace across the back at all even on low withers
We've tested the Burioni Best Condition Pad over a couple of weeks. The saddle cloth performed very well over the varied terrain around Lake Manchester. Three different rider (lwt & mwt) and horse combinations with three different saddle & girth combinations (Wintec Isabel & Prodressage). One of the stand out features is the high cut over the wither (under the pommell) and along the spine. This works in combination with the gel pad to ensure that the cloth does not become tight or brace across the wither/shoulders of the horse. (One of the biggest faults with other fleece style cloths.) This may sit the saddle higher off the horse's back initially but soon settles as the saddle moulds to the gel pad. Pay attention when you cinch the girth, consider tightening again after you get on. The gel pad and girth keepers also ensure that the pad does not move. No chance of losing it or any bunching at all. All horses moved freely & we didn't have to adjust the saddle as a result of the pad. Not once did we see any evidence of dry patches under the saddle cloth after work. Pad was brushed in between usage & washed after four rides. It handled my washing machine (I was sceptical with the gel pad) & washed well (bit hard to balance in the machine is all). We liked it so much that two of three riders are considering buying one, so we'll certainly see how it stands up to time, distance & different weight riders.
I tested the Buroni saddle cloth, with the gel pad on top, today and I am very happy with it.
The saddle hardly moved with it, the cloth stayed in position and we had a lovely even sweat patch after riding.
I trialed the cloth with a Liversage saddle and it fits beautiful together.
Afterwards just for comparison I put it on my horse with a John Nalder Swinging fender, as I had been concerned previously that the length horizontal would not be enough, to cover the girth ring of the saddle, but on brief observation, it looks great, and I will ride in this combo in the next few days.