FOR SALE: English Gel Saddle Pad ( half pad ) with Fleece Cover

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  1. ElizabethM

    ElizabethM Senior Member

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    I have a gel half-pad and fleece cover for sale. The gel pad is 20" long and 14" wide. The cover is Toklat (sz M), but I can no longer read the tag on the gel pad. The gel pad is more than likely Toklat as well though. Here is a link to what I believe is the same pad:
    http://www.equusnow.com/prodview.asp?idproduct=5389

    I am asking $45 plus shipping and will give everything a good cleaning before it ships. I may also be interested in trading for purple AP saddle pads.

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  2. ElizabethM

    ElizabethM Senior Member

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    I'll make you an AP pad for it.
     
  6. ElizabethM

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    My mare is very picky about pads (she loaths all but one that I have :rolleyes:) so I have to be careful with what I get her and would prefer to go with a brand I am familiar with for her. Thanks for the offer though!
     
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    Bump for the day. I'll be sticking it on eBay soon.
     
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  9. bucktheattitude

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    Best priced shipped to 35903?
     
  10. ElizabethM

    ElizabethM Senior Member

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    The box would be 4 lbs 5 oz, and it looks like the cheapest way to go would be Parcel Post at $10.82. A Priority Mail Flat Rate Box would be $10.95.
     






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