An interesting product for riders looking for some stickability and extra comfort in the saddle (and few photos from Royal Windsor Horse Show)

I am not usually a fan of all sorts of seat savers and the likes as in my experience they feel like they create a thick layer of distance between the rider and the horse and thus decrease the feel. However, I was very surprised to try the shock absorbing saddle pad pictured below at Windsor Horse Show yesterday.

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Although it appears rather thick and spongy both to look at and to touch, once sat on it creates no bulk at all and in fact, gives you a feel of sitting on a very, very comfortable saddle 🙂

If you ride many horses a day, have less than a perfect saddle or need some help to stay “plugged in” to the movement in that medium trot, I do recommend you have a look at this one. The one I tried is made by Acavallo: http://www.acavallo.com/

The Royal Windsor Horse Show started yesterday (14th May) and will go on until Sunday (18th May). It’s a lovely show with a fabulous atmosphere in a stunning set up so if you don’t have any plans for the coming weekend, head over to Berkshire 🙂 Few photos from yesterday below. I took some videos too which will be on the blog later today.

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Senior Horse / Pony – Ridden – line up just before the winner was announced

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Dressage. Castle Arena. Advanced Medium Freestyle to Music

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Castle Arena. Land Rover Grades B & C Handicap Jumping Competition. Barely visible Laura Kraut over 3rd from the last jump. Fabulous round and pleasure to watch –  very fast but without any pulling and shoving, really great riding.

On way to the show grounds

On way to the show grounds

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