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Posted on May 26, 2016 in Saddlery & tack - tried and tested, Tried and tested

Diamond Equestrian Matching Set – Numnah and Ear Bonnet

Diamond Equestrian Matching Set – Numnah and Ear Bonnet


A product tried and tested by Jay Buxton of Strides Equestrian


Bright Red Diamond Equestrian branded cotton GP saddle pad with a fleece lining to wick away sweat, double white cording and stitched in silver diamantes. Matching cotton eat bonnet with strong Lycra ears to muffle sound/flies. Diamond Equestrian banding up on ear, double white cording and stitched in silver diamantes.

pads now £24.00 instead of £30, and ears £12.00 instead of £15.00 as our summer colours are bursting in.

Available from Diamond Equestrian




I have now been using my red Diamond Equestrian saddle cloth and fly veil for over two weeks. Apart from being very stylish in the ring which helps to make my horses stand out, I think that the saddlecloth particularly practical. The saddlecloth is not too thick that it causes the saddle to move but thick enough that it ensures that the horse get the best comfort. As a show-jumper, it is important that a saddlecloth is shock absorbent and this saddlecloth is made of great material that reduces the impact as I land on the horses back after a fence.
Despite having many different sized horses at my stables, I have found that the fly veil is made very well in the way that it fits all of them.
I have washed both the saddlecloth and fly veil twice. I washed them together on their own as I didn’t want the red colour to run. I have found that the colour remains the same as it was when new and all of the binding remains in tact.
I would give Diamond Equestrian products a 5 out of 5 for comfort, style and practicability. I would highly recommend these Diamond Equestrian to those that desire fashionable yet hard wearing products for their horses.
Jay Buxton – Strides Equestrian
five star rating
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