Cashel Western Reverse Wedge Cushion Pad

$71.99
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Cashel Western Reverse Wedge Cushion Pad
 
Correction Cushion Pads are 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. They go label side up with your saddle directly on top. Recommended for use over a navajo, felt liner, or quilted pad. Clean with water and store on a smooth surface. Gradually decreasing in thickness from front to back (1" front, 1/2" back), the Cashel® Cushion Reverse Wedge pad is ideal for providing additional padding for the high withered/narrow shouldered horse.  It also helps prevent the saddle from sliding forward and can be used to level the saddle.
 
Dimensions:
Medium: 28" x 28"
Large: 30" x 30"
X-Large: 32" x 32"
 

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I am not sure what size I would need. I have an 17.5h appaloosa with very high narrow withers. My saddle is sloping downward from the front to the back. Can you advised?
A shopper on Apr 11, 2015
Best Answer: It depends more on the size of your saddle than the size of your horse, as the wedge thickness is the same no matter the size you choose. Measure the saddle and use that to inform your choice.
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