A saddle pad is a kind of saddle pad which is used to protect your horse from abrasion of the saddle while riding, while it also protects your saddle against the horse’s sweat. Numnahs function like vojlocker, but is square-shaped instead of saddle-shaped.
By placing sadelunderlägget between the saddle and the horse, you can increase the comfort for both of you while riding. There are many variations of the saddle pad and vojlocker on the market today, and you can choose between different shapes, colors and materials. In Horse Bit will find trappings from quality brands such as Back on Track and Schockemöhle.
Schockemöhle is one of the most popular and reputable brands in the equestrian sport in Europe today. In the range you will find equipment bridle, saddle cloths, sweat towels and much more. They develop products of high quality and high comfort, always with the rider and the horse’s best interest in mind. At the same time they made it to the prevailing trends in equestrianism. Schockemöhle saddle cloths are designed to be comfortable and functional for the horse to wear while providing an elegant and sporty look.
Horse Bit has facilities for both rider and horse, and with them you can find a wide range of saddle pad. The offer includes products such as riding clothes, bits, bridles, saddle accessories, antislippad, blankets and vitamins. Besides the webshop where you can order products online, have horse bit, also a physical store in Stockholm. Where you can find products from well known brands such as Protector Pro Cheval, Horse Guard and B’Seen. Horse Bit has products that make ridandet to a freedom and joy, both for you as a rider for your horse.
On Horse Bit also works knowledgeable staff that can help you with any questions or concerns you may have about the products. Each you are newly begun or expert, you can, for example, get help in finding the right size of ridkläderna and choosing the right kind of bridle for your horse.
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