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The Jockey Trainer

The Jockey Trainer
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5 Star Pads

The Jockey Trainer 5 Star Saddle Pad is specially cut to fit the needs of race horses and is used for training and practice pads. The 100% pure virgin wool felt wicks away moisture, cleans up easily and stabilizes your saddle with limited cinching. Hand-made in the USA!

Pad Specifications:

  • Round Skirt, 32" x 24.25"
  • Colors: Natural, Black, Cinnamon, Dark Chocolate, Turquoise, Hot Pink, Purple & Red
  • Thickness: 1/2", 3/4", 7/8", 1"

5 Star recommends 1" – 2" of pad showing around the perimeter of your saddle. Measure your saddle before ordering for proper fit.

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Beth Leabo

I love my 5 star pad! It is so soft and I feel has the best protection for my horse's back. We trail ride and barrel race in ours! My mare's back doesn't seem as hot and sweaty using our 5 star compared to other saddle pad's I have used. Only the best for my girl!

Taylor McGivern

I LOVE (& highly recommend) my 5 star pad because they do not slip & are easily adjusted under a saddle. With the wither relief & contoured top line I know I can count on the perfect fit. I can ride with it in the show pen, a trail ride, or use in training with EASY cleaning just a few times a year.

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!

Megan O'Connor

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!

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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