Classic Equine BioFit Correction Saddle Pad

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Classic Equine BioFit Correction Saddle Pad
The Classic Equine BioFit pad is specifically designed to support horses with muscle atrophy behind the shoulder blade. It helps support the front of the saddle from collapsing in the area behind the shoulder as a result of muscle loss, ill saddle fit or conformation.
The strategic wedge placement of the BioFit correction saddle pad fills in the void area, offering extra support. It also works well for older horses with a diminishing topline or horses with very high withers.
A 7/8 top quality wool blend offers superior shock absorption and protection. Contoured design of the Classic Equine BioFit saddle pad molds to conform to your horses back for added comfort and improved saddle fit. Cut over withers for greater gullet clearance and spine relief. 

30" x 30"
31" x 32"

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My horse needs comfort under the saddle.
DENA G on Oct 19, 2015
hopefully will fit my horse
Mike R on Aug 19, 2015
had to try new pad for horse with no withers
Kristy R on Oct 16, 2015
Love this pad. I purchased it for my 23 year old Paso Fino and it fit him perfectly!
Candace B on Jul 21, 2015
How thick is this pad? My mare has high withers for a quarter horse and she has a white spot on her wither where the pressure from the saddle is. I have purchased a new custom saddle that is fit to me and her but she still has the spot and when I unsaddle it is dry in that area. Would this pad work in takng the pressure off that area?
Lagwenda B on Aug 27, 2013
Best Answer: the pad is at least an inch but the extra pads at the shoulder area extend out another at least half an inch. My quarter horse has a high wither also and had dry spots just behind where the saddle was "bridging" This pad was not the answer for my horse, More recently I bought a 'bridge pad" that is thinner at the front and back and thicker in the center of the saddle area. It appears this pad is helping the saddle contact more evenly.
Reply · Report · Sue M on Feb 4, 2015
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Is this a good barrel pad?
kim e on Dec 6, 2013
Best Answer: I got this pad for my narrow shouldered(high withered if you will) barrel horse. Although she is a QH , she is built much like a thoroughbred. I feel this could be a good pad however it did not work for me. First, it sat too far back on her therefore my saddle was not in the appropriate position. Second, when I turned a barrel at faster speeds my saddle would slip to the side enough to where I had to stop and slide it back on. Although I think the idea of the pad is great, it did not work for me. I also tried it on my other horse who doesn't necessarily need it, I had the same effects as listed above. I ended up selling it as I had no use for it. The end result was me having to get a new barrel saddle and just my regular classic equine wool pad. Hope this helps as the pads are a little spendy, good luck.
Reply · Report · Jodi H on Dec 7, 2013
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how do I know what size saddle blanket to get?
A shopper on Mar 16, 2015
Best Answer: If you have a shorter backed horse like an Arabian, go with the smaller one. But I have the larger one and it fits both of my girls (ones a TB and the other is a Friesian/Hanoverian) so they have very different back types. And it fits any other horse I ride.
Reply · Report · Shelly R on Mar 16, 2015
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Will this pad work with a young horse who's wither is not as muscular on the right side?
A shopper on Mar 3, 2015
Best Answer: It would, but I think you would still have the issue of lop-sidedness due to the fact the pad has correction padding on each side. I would recommend getting a withers pad and retrofitting it to only the right side of your existing pad to counteract the ill-fit until you can build the muscle up enough on the right side.
Reply · Report · Larissa R on Mar 4, 2015
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My 19 year old arabian mare has one shoulder lower than the other, will the padding be to much for the shoulder that is higher? Also what is the interior made of, gel?
Mimi H on Aug 18, 2014
Best Answer: Hello. The extra padding is foam bonded in between main pad and covering felt material. It is a good quality pad but not sure if it's gonna be too much for good shoulder. You wont know unless you try? Padding can be removed by cutting the felt cover off part way and flipping it back and cutting out pad but it's not easy cause I did it.and you spoil the looks of a high quality pad. Sorry can't be more help.
Reply · Report · Sue M on Aug 18, 2014
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Do they make a larger than 32 saddle pad?
Cjharlene T on Mar 26, 2014
Best Answer: Their website only lists two sizes with this one being the largest. I use it on my large quarterhorse that is 15.1 hands and weighs 1200 lbs. She is very broad and uses a saddle with full quarterhorse bars. The pad fits very nicely. I hope this information is helpful.
Reply · Report · Nanon W on Mar 26, 2014
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Is there an english equivalent to this pad??
A shopper on May 11, 2015
Best Answer: Not built into the English pad itself - people usually use a corrective half pad such as the Roma Protek Saddle Pad with Lift Front (item E006321) or the Wintec Comfort Saddle Pad With Lift (item E004133).
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on May 11, 2015
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How do I keep the pad from slipping off the cutoff hole over the withers ? I already use a breast collar but I ride up & down hills. I tried tightening up the breast collar but it still slips over the withers.
A shopper on Jul 2, 2015
Best Answer: We would suggest trying a non-slip pad liner. Check out item #'s WIH11 and E008650
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Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Jul 2, 2015
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