Cashel Shaped Western Swayback Cushion

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Cashel Shaped Western Swayback Cushion
Cashel Correction Cushion Pads offer a convenient solution to saddling issues with your horse. They were specially designed to aid in providing optimal comfort and protection as well as to help adjust the fit of your saddle against the horse. They provide an easy way to help horses with muscle atrophy behind the shoulder or other conformational obstacles through the balanced distribution of saddle pressure.
Made from the same hi-tech foam as other Cashel Cushion pads, each is designed to be ridden next to the horse or on top of a thin blanket or pad. Great with our 1/4” felt liners. With a 2” center that tapers to 3/4” in the front and back, main portion is 1.5" reducing down to .75" on sides, the Cashel Cushion Swayback Pad helps keep the saddle from riding on the horse’s shoulder and loin by filling in the hollow area on the back of a swayback horse. Size: 28x30.

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Needed the swayback pad for a Kentucky mountain horse. They have a more rounded back and we needed the pad to fit a particular saddle. The fit was good.
Elizabeth R on Apr 12, 2015
My horse is middle aged, getting sway backed.
DARCY C on Mar 23, 2014
Hope it works for my senior horse
Jann M on Jan 17, 2015
my daughters barrel horse is severely swayback & we have tried multiple different things while adding a built up pad & regular saddle pad on top, yet they all seem to slide back or fall off while shes competing. is this pad built to stay in place? if it doesnt fit, can i send it back?
A shopper on Oct 30, 2014
Best Answer: You should not have any issues with this pad moving or sliding. To review our return policy click the link below!
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Nov 14, 2014
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One more question....
The pad would sit behind the withers?
Teri D on Nov 2, 2013
Best Answer: Hello Teri - I bought this pad for my old gelding last spring. I do put this pad behind the withers. The wider rounded end of pad fills in the sunken area behind withers as well as the swayed backbone area behind to more evenly support the saddle; definitely relieves the pressure points. I do put another good saddle pad on top of this one. I hope this pad will help your horse, too. Bonnie
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I have a horse that has getting a saddle sore on the back top of her spine because it is high and the saddle rests/rubs there. Can you recommend a pad option to lift the whole saddle up off her spine without pressure on the center back part?
Sharon J on Apr 17, 2015
Best Answer: A lot of people found this pad helpful but I did not. It doesn't have a spine channel. It sounds as if your saddle is too wide for your horse if it is contacting the spine. You might call a saddle expert and get some recommendations to help compensate for too wide a tree and see what they suggest. A lot of western saddle pads do have good channels and maybe padded behind the shoulders or down each side of the spine to help compensate. I don't know if you are riding English or western but an expert fitter would have some suggestions if a new saddle isn't a possibility. Good luck! Saddle fit is always a journey.
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is this 28 Long by 30 wide?
A shopper on May 12, 2015
Best Answer: A friend recently got this pad and has found that it seems short for her western saddle -- have to be careful to get it lined up correctly.
Reply · Report · gayle T on May 13, 2015
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