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sandygirl1
Reg. Mar 2007
Posted 2013-12-28 10:15 AM (#6903155)
Subject: BOT saddle pad


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Opinions and experiences? I just ordered one so I am looking for experiences people have had with them. Is there a noticeable difference? Thanks!!
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phillyincal
Reg. Jan 2005
Posted 2013-12-28 10:24 AM (#6903160 - in reply to #6903155)
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I don't have experience with the saddle pad, but I've been wearing a wrist wrap on my wrist with tendonitis for the past few days and have noticed a huge difference.  I am very impressed with the product! 
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Linda D
Reg. Jan 2007
Posted 2013-12-28 10:59 AM (#6903191 - in reply to #6903155)
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Last summer I had 2 five year old mares who were having trouble with ribs going out. (I know that they don't go out but I am just using that expression).  I massaged them prior to saddling and then used the pad.  After about a month I never had that problem again.  I like how the BOT warms the muscles.  I use the gloves and the back stocking stuffer myself.  I use the mesh sheet for all over stimulation on my mares. I like every product that I have tried. 
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cn1705
Reg. Mar 2011
Posted 2013-12-28 12:08 PM (#6903247 - in reply to #6903155)
Subject: RE: BOT saddle pad


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Just got one for Christmas! Excited to try it Glad people have had great results!!!
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sandygirl1
Reg. Mar 2007
Posted 2013-12-28 1:34 PM (#6903308 - in reply to #6903155)
Subject: RE: BOT saddle pad


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I have a lot of the products but haven't tried the pad. Glad to hear positive things! I love hearing others experiences!
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BKC2112
Reg. Aug 2013
Posted 2013-12-28 4:10 PM (#6903401 - in reply to #6903155)
Subject: RE: BOT saddle pad



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I was wondering this as well... i dont know if i am just a little der der der but it seems like it would make them to warm? Under the saddle working sweating ect?
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BigRedBabe
Reg. Sep 2006
Posted 2013-12-28 5:45 PM (#6903450 - in reply to #6903155)
Subject: RE: BOT saddle pad



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I have a mare that is slightly cold backed and has hip issues that I use one on. Prior to the BOT pad she would buck until she was good and warmed up. I haven't had any issues with her bucking since I I started using the pad. I love them. Actually bought another one for my horse that has ulcers and gets sore. I have only used it once on him but I know it will help.
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daisycake123
Reg. Dec 2006
Posted 2013-12-28 6:00 PM (#6903459 - in reply to #6903155)
Subject: RE: BOT saddle pad


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Want to bump this up for more opinions human and horse. I have ra and just found out that i have horrible arthritis in my thoraic back. Wonder if this will help.
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canturner
Reg. Oct 2007
Posted 2013-12-28 8:19 PM (#6903535 - in reply to #6903155)
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 I haven't tried any of the horse products yet but did buy the small blanket for myself as I've got bad scolosis and also was in a car wreck in September and still dealing with the pain of it.  I really have noticed a difference since useing the blanket.  I plan on getting myself the back brace to use when riding to help as well. 
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CocoChex
Reg. Mar 2013
Posted 2013-12-28 8:21 PM (#6903537 - in reply to #6903155)
Subject: RE: BOT saddle pad



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I bought the boxers for my hip and lower back pain and I have noticed a big difference.
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nkester
Reg. Jan 2009
Posted 2014-01-02 9:41 AM (#6906833 - in reply to #6903155)
Subject: RE: BOT saddle pad



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So what is your routine with with your BOT pad? So how long does your horse wear the pad? I know its for use under your pad , so do you run in it or ride in it all of the time. Let me know .......Thanks
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BKC2112
Reg. Aug 2013
Posted 2014-01-07 3:56 AM (#6910872 - in reply to #6903155)
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Bumping this up again :) i am really thinking of getting one now lol
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cvernier19
Reg. Feb 2010
Posted 2014-01-11 11:52 AM (#6914568 - in reply to #6903155)
Subject: RE: BOT saddle pad


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Bumping this up for more opinions :) I also just got a pad and quick wraps for Christmas and am loving the wrist braces I got for myself. Hoping I will see a difference in my cold-backed OTT mare this spring
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