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Do you use it over/under another pad, like a cotton one?  Heat is a serious
issue here for at least 6 months of the year and the only pads we have
available locally are cotton.  I'm looking around for something good that I
can pick up next time I come Stateside.  My mare does seem to be a bit
sensitive, but then she's a major dust bunny and maybe she just hate to have
me remove all the nice dust that she so carefully accumulates when she
rolls. Our horses here LOVE lying around in the sand, especially when it's
warm....i.e., most of the time!

Maryanne Stroud Gabbani
Cairo, Egypt

I've used it on very hot rides on a
> horse with thin sensitive skin and he liked it.  The only disadvantage is
> that it's slightly stiff when cold.  So,  at cold rides I warm it up
> putting it on my cold backed horse.  My other horse could care less so I
> don't warm it for him.
> Betty

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