Wintec Comfort Saddle Pad With Lift


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Product Summary:

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Wintec Comfort Saddle Pad With Lift
Ideal for fitting horses with a very low wither or minimal muscles across their shoulders. The Wintec Raised Front Comfort Pad provides a level of comfort and trauma-reduction that cannot be built into any saddle and assists in correctly balancing the saddle.  Fully molded conforming white foam pad helps prevent pressure points and sore backs and provides increased comfort for freer movement.


  • Molded shape ensures pad will not ride back or slip
  • Molded chamber clearance ensures air flow and no pressure points on withers or spine
  • Tapered edge ensures smooth finish on the horse's shoulder
  • Highly resilient foam ensures dramatic shock-absorption qualities
  • Ideal for everyday use and very advantageous in high shock situations
  • Assists in achieving correctly balanced saddle fit where extra height is needed
Item Specifications:
Spine Measurement
21"L x 11"W x 2"D

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My horse has narrow shoulder and high withers. This will hold the saddle higher, however I have not tried it yet. other reviews were positive and described just what I needed.
Jody N on Aug 13, 2015
Recommended by chiropractor for my hunter/jumper TB.
Vanessa E on Jan 21, 2015
I have a saddle that is so old and needed the support around my horses withers.
Judith H on Jun 6, 2015
trying to solve a conformation problem
Karen Lee B on Dec 1, 2014
Is this pad sure to lift the saddle off the withers? My horse travels downhill and I need a lift to make it even with the back.
Marissa B on Jan 6, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Marissa,

I bought this pad for my 30 year old QH. He has a VERY high and wide wither and due to age he started hollowing out behind the wither. No saddle would fit him, they all seemed to tilt forward and down, throwing my hips out and pitching me forward. I tried this to basically fill in that hollow space and it worked great and basically tilted the saddle back a bit. It seemed to work well. I hope this will help you.
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A shopper on Oct 3, 2015
Best Answer: I have a Sharon saare round skirt western style saddle and it works for me. My arab has conformation issues and is somewhat sway in the back. I use another pad underneath that has shims for the sway issue. I put the riser in the top. So far it has been the only thing that has worked for my horse. Karen
Reply · Report · Karen Lee B on Oct 4, 2015
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Which pad is better the wintic pad or this one?
A shopper on Sep 21, 2015
Best Answer: Hello , I did purchase the wintec comfort lift but found it did not work for my saddle issue and I thought they were to firm . I then purchased the Roma lift pads they are in my opinion the best , they are quality made and don't slip out and will help cushion your horses back I have one to lift front and one to lift back depending on the horse and saddle fit problem . Hope that helps !
Reply · Report · Kim V on Sep 21, 2015
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My dressage saddle rides up on my ponies shoulder. He has a very wide back. I have used a crupper but it keeps pulling out of my saddle. Would this help to keep my saddle from sliding forward?
Kathy R on May 25, 2015
Best Answer: I don't think this pad would work. I would use a thinner saddle pad with a dimpled, grippy backing to help hold the saddle pad and saddle in place. Too much padding will cause a saddle on a wide backed horse to rock side to side as well. Using a well fitted breast collar AND crupper helps. Check to see if the tree on your saddle is wide enough to fit your baby and the girth remains tight throughout your ride.
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