Your saddle pad will benefit from good care. @Cutter Classic Saddle Pads & Blankets recommends brushing out your blanket frequently. Otherwise, rinse with water from a hose or power washer every few weeks to prevent dirt and hair from matting into the fleece.
Learn what makes Cutter Classic Saddle Blankets one of the most sought after saddle pads for your horse riding activities. Whether it’s showing, trail riding or ranch work, @Cutter Classic Saddle Pads & Blankets makes sure you are just as comfortable as your horse with custom built-up saddle padding and antibacterial fleece, while also having… Read more »
Ranch riding is challenging because it requires you to learn how to adjust under the pressure of competition. Whether you’re an experienced rider new to show, or you have a well-trained horse and want to get started competing, there is always something new to learn and improve upon. Here are a few things you should… Read more »
Whether you’re a seasoned rancher or in the humble beginnings of your equestrian journey, it’s important to keep your horse’s health at the forefront of your mind. From long rides to weather changes, many factors can affect your horse’s health, especially their skin! Here are four ways to protect your horse’s skin, to keep them… Read more »
The saddle blanket that you drape over your horse before putting your saddle down plays a very important role. It prevents your horse from developing sores as a result of friction between a saddle and a horse’s back. It also keeps your horse comfortable while you’re riding by evenly distributing pressure. You should take steps… Read more »
Cutter Classic’s 100% Merino wool backed saddle blankets last for years. They can easily be rinsed with water, they don’t soak up sweat, and wear for many years. Merino Wool is Comfortable Why does Cutter Classic use Merino wool for the saddle blankets? Well, if you’re familiar with wool clothing from growing up a long… Read more »
Have you ever had the chance to feel alpaca fiber? It’s incredibly soft and is often compared to cashmere because of its extremely plush texture. It can also provide you with as much warmth as wool does, but it doesn’t feel nearly as heavy as wool. Additionally, alpaca comes in more than a dozen natural… Read more »
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