Cashel English Tush Cushion Black

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Cashel English Tush Cushion Black


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Product Summary:

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Made with 1/2" thick closed-cell foam, the Cashel® Tush Cushion® will not collapse or give the way open-cell foam can.  It will not absorb or hold heat.  Adjustable nylon straps hold your Cashel Tush Cushion® firmly in place, preventing sliding and shifting. The Tush Cushion® does not interfere with your balance and seat in the saddle; it just makes it much more comfortable.

Color: Black

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I chose this because my rear end gets sore on trail rides in an English saddle.
Deanna K on Oct 27, 2015
I have a wonderful Wintec 500 hunter/jumper saddle but it is hard, and I'm 67 years old!
Patricia R on May 17, 2015
We are returning to England to Cumbrian Heavy Horses for their 6-day Classic ride through the glorious Lake District riding Clydesdales in August. Have done it before, and having a saddle cushion was a bum-saver for about 125 miles of incredible countryside and history!!!
NANCY M on Jul 11, 2015
I am hoping it will make my Stubben more comfortable.
Rachel S on Jan 8, 2015
Will this fit a 18" jumper english saddle?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2015
Best Answer: Yes that is the size of saddle I have and it fits well and works great
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can this pad be used on a western saddle as well as englsh? I have both kinds of saddles and would like one pad.
Karen N on Dec 29, 2014
Best Answer: I have an English, endurance saddle, but I think this would work as long as you have a way to secure it; especially in the pommel area. I enjoyed mine in the Spring until I got in shape!!
Reply · Report · Becky S on Dec 29, 2014
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