numnah


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numnah

a thick felt pad cut to the shape of a saddle and worn under it as protection for the horse's back. Fitted with straps which fasten it to the saddle and prevent it moving.
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Equine models strutted their stuff on the red carpet also displaying the extensive range of rugs, saddles, bridles, boots, numnahs, head collars and every sort of trapping and trimming for your treasured horse or pony.
A new range of show equipment is now available from showbows, browbands, numnahs, show jacket and jodhpurs.
Ponies donned with bright numnahs and adorned with tinsel were lined up for the festive races.