ECOGOLD® Secure™ Jumper Saddle Pad
ECOGOLD®’s modern textiles and attention to detail craftsmanship is what makes them the Hardest Working Pad on the market today. This pad is designed to keep your saddle firmly in place even over the most technical jumper courses and in the most inclement weather. The 100% breathable materials evaporate sweat quickly helping to keep your horse drier and more comforable. High-density foam in the seat area protects the horse’s back from impact without adding extra bulk. A true performance pad, the ergonomic shape and ultra-thin flaps (there’s no padding on the flaps), provides the rider with better communication and a more stable riding position. A breathable, non-slip top and underside, your pad help to ensure your saddle won’t slip, slide or shift.
Standard (21″ seat x 19″ flap length)
X-Long (23″ seat x 21″ flap length)
* 100% breathable high-density foam in the seat area
* Evaporates moisture quickly
* Modified square jumper cut
* Machine washable
* Girth loop
* Non-slip and frictionless
* Imported from Canada
ECOGOLD® special orders are welcome. Please email us and we’ll be happy to get you the custom pad you need.
DON’T LEAVE YOUR PADS DIRTY
It’s safe and recommended to wash your ECOGOLD® saddle pads regularly.
Wash the saddle pads by themselves, 2 or 3 at a time depending on the capacity of the washing machine. Do not overload the machine.
Use warm water and choose delicate / casual cycle – fast spinning will make the pad wear out faster.
Use a good chlorine-free detergent plus a good chlorine-free bleach (Oxyclean works very well). For hard to remove stains, you may have to apply a stain remover before washing.
Hang to dry or put in the dryer for 5-10 minutes in COOL temperature. HOT AIR could damage the saddle pad, and we certainly don’t want you to hurt your saddle pad.
If the pads do not come out clean, you may have:
Overloaded the machine – try putting fewer pads in the washing machine.
Used the wrong detergent or bleach – try a good quality chlorine-free detergent and bleach.
Washed the pads after too many uses – try washing them more often.