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Re: [RC] Adding accessories to a saddle? - Sharon Levasseur

I already replied privately (below).  I didn't read the original post closely
enough... didn't realize the goal was a permanent alteration to the saddle.

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Cashel makes a little pad that goes on top of the saddlepad and has rings
attached to it for gear.  Don't know what the quality is like, but check it
out.

As far as the pad goes... how hard are CAIR panels?  If they're as hard as
wool-flocked panels, maybe a Skito pad would work well for you.  If they're
softer than that, do you think they're soft enough to get away with a plain
fleece pad?

If you decide to go with a Skito, email me at orders@xxxxxxxxxxx (my business
address).  I can get you a better price than most other resellers.

-Sharon L.
www.ZEGifts.com




Quoting mjwest02@xxxxxxx:

Anyone responding - please post for all to see - I have same questions.

I used a Dixie Midnight under my WINTEC W/cair....and had a thin blanket too.
  But since then have just used the thin pad.   I would like any suggestions.

Thanks. Mary

-----Original Message-----
From: Mel Cochran <brio_gal@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 15:03:00 -0500
Subject: [RC] Adding accessories to a saddle?


I have a Wintec dressage with CAIR that I would like to do some modifications
on so that it would serve me better on the trail. I would like to put some
rings on it that I could clip things to and maybe some other modifications.
What do you guys think would be most useful to add, and do I need to worry
about messing up the CAIR panels? I need to find a good person to do the work
and am unsure of where to start!

I also was wondering what a good pad would be for this type of saddle. Right
now I have a regular Toklat dressage pad, probably not the best for extended
trail riding.

Any and all advice on this would be most welcome. I love this saddle but hate
the lack of places to attach things to.

Thanks guys!

mel

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Replies
[RC] Adding accessories to a saddle?, Mel Cochran
Re: [RC] Adding accessories to a saddle?, mjwest02