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5 Star Pads

Limited Editionred pad with ivory croc wear leathers and hand tooled and hand painted corner plates.

Available in:

  • Thickness: 3/4", 7/8", 1"
  • 30" x 28" or 30" x 30" or 32" x 32"
  • Pattern maybe slightly altered on 32"x32" due to having to change the pattern.

Due to the handcrafted nature of our custom hand-tooled and hand-painted leather, minor variations may occur. Longer Production Times are to be expected as these are handcrafted to order! We cannot guarantee that your saddle will not cover part of the design. Please call us with any questions or concerns before placing your order.

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Debbie Ackerman Hershey

I chose 5 Star pads for my horses because wool felt is tried and true, the pads fit a variety of body, and i have never seen a dry spot on any of my horses since switching to 5 Star pads years ago. The pads can be cleaned, and they are made to last! Great product that I highly recommend!

Vonnie Peters

La Bumba Quarter Horses Rocky Mtn. Hse.

I love your 5 Star Pads. Keep up the good work! My horses and I are depending on you.

Vonnie Peters

La Bumba Quarter Horses Rocky Mtn. Hse.

I train cutting and reining horses. Both disciplines require a lot out of my horses, and I have never had a sore backed horse yet. I brought a few up for some clients of mine that are into western pleasure and roping, and they are as pleased as I am. In fact, I need to put in another order!

Jessica Rockett

I don't have a 5 star pad, but I've always wanted one! I've heard only great things about them. My 4 year old gelding is my barrel, rope, trail, and ranch horse.

Cathy Coleman

United States

In 2009, Shoii shattered the knee joint of his right hind leg, rendering unable to flex the joint once it healed. Although his body was a little beat-up, his heart certainly was not and I could tell that it was still very important to him to "take me out for a ride."

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