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Freedman's Announces Release of New Saddle Pad



Freedman’s is proud to launch their newest product, The Freedman Acavallo Memory Foam Gel Pad. The Freedman Acavallo Memory Foam Gel Pad is a full compression, non-slip pad, specifically designed to fit discreetly under Freedman’s cut back saddles.

After realizing there was a need for a single saddle pad solution, Freedman’s embarked on a research and development journey to resolve this industry obstacle. Freedman’s decided to approach one of the equine industries best saddle pad developers, Mauro Benetti of Acavallo Italy. Acavallo’s re-nowned quality and craftsmanship was a harmonious partnership with Freedman’s long standing arti- san lineage.

The Freedman Acavallo Memory Foam Gel Pad is comfortable with a soft hand. It features a full cut back front, along with a recessed gullet strip. The top of the pad has Acavallo gel infused into the memory foam creating a stable non-slip high compression platform for your saddle. The memory foam allows the pad to form t to the horses back for maximum comfort.

The horse side of the pad includes silk screened silicone gel, creating a non-slip nish allowing the pad to stay securely in one place as you ride. Machine washable, the micro ber outer provides extreme durability. 
“This new pad gives my horse great support and comfort without being bulky or unattractive. It’s unique grip system keeps it centered while I ride. It doesn’t slip-out from under my saddle”. - John Rannenberg Rohara Arabians 

“The new memory foam pad is the most attractive, best fitting pad I have ever used.” - John Ryan, Ryan Show Horses 

Freedman’s is proud to introduce this new saddle pad to you. Guaranteed to be the most comfort- able, non-slip, full compression pad you will ever use. Your horse will love it too! 

Contact Information:

Kathleen E. Osland Marketing and Communications Manager
kathleen@freedmanharness.com
416.256.7674 

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