Watch what happens when a mule owner goes to push the saddle off the saddle pad
You are looking for a saddle pad to keep your mule comfortable. First things first. You have to know that the heat coming from your mule’s back is the number one problem causing your mule discomfort.
When you start seeing white hairs, and I know you’re seeing them, that is your sign that your mule is overheating.
Get a saddle pad that gives comfort to your mule at nearly half the price of many wool pads
Not to mention you won’t have to hop off every 30 minutes to re-situate your saddle.
Steve Edwards has been working with mules since 1981. He travels the US and the world putting on clinics and participating in equine expos. He and his wife, Susan, are owners of Queen Valley Mule Ranch in Queen Valley, Arizona.
My name is Steve Edwards. Since 1981 I’ve help folks just like you, turn that problem mule into a happy mule who is ready and willing to listen to you, the owner, the herd leader.
I know you have been trying to communicate with your mule to work out problems, and no matter what you’ve tried, they’re still singing that problem mule song.
This saddle pad was developed specifically to prevent your mule from overheating. I’ve sold this saddle pad that you see in the above video for more than a decade. I’d like to introduce you to one of my customers, Toby.
And it comes in several absolutely gorgeous colors to suit all tastes
Still have questions?
Every mule is different – just like every rider is different. Before you invest in tack, you want to know, “Will this work for me?” To answer that question, I’d like to invite you to meet Toby!
Toby is a long-time friend of mine. You can see from the picture that Toby is not a small man, by any measure. Riders who are similar to Toby in size, are accustomed to have to perform all sorts of adjustments after getting on their mule. Naturally, Toby had been on the hunt for a saddle and saddle pad that would actually stick and not slide all over the place.
See for yourself. Toby hops up on his mule and the saddle barely moves. My friends, that’s the power of using a saddle and saddle pad that is built specifically for the mule.
Beyond the visible difference of preventing your saddle from shifting and sliding, there are amazing benefits that you won’t get when using wool.
Every year Steve travels around the world putting on clinics and participating in expos – but you don’t have to wait for him to come to your neck of the woods!
Still have questions?