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StillDreamin'

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Hey, everyone!

Is there a huge difference between a half pad and one specifically sold as a "dressage half pad"? Is the former still compatible with a Dressage saddle (if I know the seatsize will correspond?)?

Thank you!

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Could you post the link of the one in question?

I have a Mattes half pad that is shaped for a dressage saddle. I use it with my jumping saddle too. I think that it works better to use the dressage half-pad for a jumping saddle than to use a jumping or a/p half pad for a dressage saddle just because of the shape of the front of the pad. But it really does depend on the pad, because some of them are meant to be used with any saddle.

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I typed out a response yesterday but I guess it got eaten by the computer.

It *should* be OK, though a dressage one would work better for different types of saddles than an a/p. If you can try it for size before you commit to buying it that would be good, because if you are at the large end of the range for the pad it might be too small.

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