Back on Track Therapeutic Horse Back Pad

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Back on Track Therapeutic Horse Back Pad

$68.95

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Product Summary:

Back on Track Therapeutic Horse Back Pad

Back on Track's Therapeutic Horse Back Pad uses state-of-the-art Welltex fabric, which reflects the horse's own body warmth to creates a soothing far infrared thermal heat, which may help alleviate pain associated with inflamed muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints. Use it for injury prevention, injury recovery, or to warm up your horse's back before exercise, loosening up the muscles. A detachable Velcro strip may be sewn into an existing blanket or used with a surcingle.

Item Specifications:

Size:
3' x 3'

Color:
Black

Item Number Model Number UPC
E005760 21000000 7340041102473

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Awesome product, keeps the back warm while lunging or riding you can tell the difference - I have a dressage saddle pad also - tried it on a clients horse that has a sore back it made a big difference, horse loved it. I would absolutely reccomend this product it is machine wash too.
Charlotte R on Nov 23, 2015
Awesome product, keeps the back warm while lunging or riding you can tell the difference - I have a dressage saddle pad also - tried it on a clients horse that has a sore back it made a big difference, horse loved it. I would absolutely reccomend this product it is machine wash too.
Charlotte R on Nov 23, 2015
Can it be placed under a regular saddle pad & saddle for riding? Machine washable? What is its expected life if washed weekly?
Kay G on Dec 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: In theory it could be placed under a regular pad and saddle for riding but it is not fitted for that, and has a Velcro strip that runs the length of it along the spine (this is so you can sew the Velcro into existing blanket and use this pad in your own blanket). Machine washable for sure. I've had mine for 3 months now and use it a few times a week under a bareback pad and have not washed yet.
Does this pad need to be secured to the horse or does it stay put on its own?
Brenda V on Feb 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I guess it depends on what you are using it for. I put it on my horse for 15 minutes before I ride while I'm starting the grooming and tacking process and I don't secure it and it stays in place just fine....
Does the pad have to be secured to the horse or is it heavy enough to stay put on its own?
Brenda V on Feb 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There are some products, like sheets, that are secured to the horse. I believe the back pad, just like a saddle pad, is held on by tack...it's almost a combo saddle pad/quarter sheet. You might contact Back on Track to be sure
Is the saddle pad really big? I have a short barreled horse and I don't want to look weird with the pad hanging on her hind quarters.
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The pad does extend on to part of the hindquarters but it works very well as the heat from the horses body warms from the pad it does not look funny or wierd to me and it works very well I have a horse with a sore back and he works so much better with the pad under the saddle
I keep my horse at a barn and am not there everyday to change blankets. Would this be something I could sew into her sheet and leave on all the time?
Kristy B on May 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This most certainly is NOT a saddle pad (I happen to own one of these). There is a velcro strip that runs through the middle of the pad that you can sew into a blanket, and little rings at the top and bottom you can use to fasten the pad to your blanket using whatever you have on hand (string, clips, double-headed snaps, etc.). You can also use a surcingle (or if you're economically-minded like me, a wide elastic band from the craft store). There are two "belt loops" on either side of the blanket that you can guide the surcingle through.

In reply to Kristy's question, you need to start by leaving the pad on for no more than a couple of hours, and then build up to overnight. If the weather in your part of the country is cold enough, you can leave the pad on (once the horse has become accustomed to it). I wouldn't leave it on if the daytime high temperature was in the 60's or above -- the horse will sweat.