Spring Time TIPS from 5 Star
Keep your saddle pad clean through shedding season.
Your pad can build up an excess amount of dirt and hair during the spring shedding season. To protect your investment, use a saddle pad liner as the "dirt catcher." The liner keeps your pad clean through daily use and extends the life of your pad.
Daily maintenance with 5 Star's Sponge helps minimize the build up of hair and dirt. Keeping your pad free of daily build up ensures that stays it soft and comfortable for your horses back.
TIPS from owner, Terry Moore: When does my saddel pad need to be washed? To learn more FAQs from 5 Star, visit our website.
Have you washed your 5 Star Saddle Pad? Watch this video for a demonstration on how to properly wash your pad. 5 Star offers a NEW Cleaner and Soak to clean, freshen, preserve, and soften your pad.
We are here for your horse!
Love my 5 stars!! My saddles fit so much better with the 5 stars than any other pads! They last forever the one in the photo is 10 years old and is just starting to show its wear n tear! I'd love a replacement!
I love the 5 star pad because my horse is much more comfortable and he doesn't sweat as bad under the pad. It makes my saddle stay in position with no slipping and also I don't have to tighten my cinch as tight because it keeps the pressure more even.
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!
It's very reassuring to know I paid for an excellent product that will last many many years. I will never use any other brand! If only I could get another to use at the same time on my other horse!
I bought my first 5 Star pad over 15 years ago. I have had several over the years. When I started looking to replace it and become a dealer I inquired to everyone I could about what was the finest saddle pad made. I always heard about this little outfit in Arkansas called 5 Star.