Roma Protek Saddle Pad with Lift Front

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Product Summary:

Roma® Protek Saddle Pad with Lift Front 

Made from closed cell foam which won't absorb moisture, this pad provides ultra-thin, lightweight cushioned comfort. Molded to fit high up into the saddle channel to give protective cushioning while allowing the spine and withers to be free of pressure. Fits all styles of saddles. Lifts and fills 1/2" in front while continuing to offer support to the full length of the saddle. 
 
Features:
  • Ultra-thin
  • Lightweight
  • Fits all styles of saddles
  • Closed cell foam won't absorb moisture

Item Specifications:

Material:
Closed Cell Foam
 
Size:
21" Length 

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black E006321 BLK 651503 9329028179248
White E006321 WHT 651502 9329028179231

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I needed a lift pad for the front, to help correct the fit of my saddle.
Deanna T on Aug 10, 2018
I chose this to help lift the front of my saddle until my horse can build up more muscle behind his withers and topline.
Hayley S on Jun 20, 2018
I needed a lift pad for the front, to help correct the fit of my saddle.
Deanna T on Aug 10, 2018
needed lift in the front of my saddle, hope this works!
jared on Jul 5, 2018
I chose this to help lift the front of my saddle until my horse can build up more muscle behind his withers and topline.
Hayley S on Jun 20, 2018
Recommended for my horse with high withers
Annette D on May 18, 2018
I have a saddle is a bit to wide for my narrow withered horse but she has broad shoulders and anything more narrow pitched. I'm hoping this helps protect her withers and gives me a little lift in the front as I was tipping to far forwards
Kaitlin W on May 15, 2018
I am trying to lift the front end of he saddle and protect my horses withers. I hope this pad helps?
Sherree S on Apr 15, 2018
I needed a pad to help balance out a saddle fit and lift the front of the saddle. From the comments, this did that.
Shana T on Apr 1, 2018
Try this with current not relief saddle pad to help saddle fit better.
Chels on Mar 13, 2018
HAVE A SADDLE THAT DOESN'T FIT CORRECTLY ACROSS THE WITHERS AND WANT TO MAKE MY HORSE MORE COMFORTABLE
Leah K on Nov 21, 2016
I needed a lift in the withers for my gaited horse. After looking for
A week I felt this was the best choice. HOPE SO!!!!
Kathryn H on Feb 28, 2015
My 21-year-old has recently lost the muscle-tone around his withers. Both western and english saddles now push against his withers so I thought this would be a good choice to keep him happy under saddle. Will see!
Kris D on Dec 29, 2013
warmblood gelding needs front lift pad
Elizabeth H on Dec 23, 2013
This pad should be just enough pad to even out the saddle misfit and make the horse comfortable, too much pad is worse then not enough as can cause sore or pinched spots and saddle slip. I'm hoping this will do the fit, We will see.
Holly F on Dec 2, 2013
needed lift in the front of my saddle, hope this works!
jared on Jul 5, 2018
Recommended for my horse with high withers
Annette D on May 18, 2018
Does this go underneath my saddle pad? Or inbetween my pad and saddle? Thanks!
Jody B on Aug 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I use a riser pad everytinme I ride. I place it between the saddle and the pad. I was told either way was fine but I didn't like putting the foam next to my horse. Makes for extra sweaty! Hope that helps!
I am looking to use this on my son's pony to help with saddle stability as she has very little topline muscle and is narrow across the shoulders... Would this help? Can it be cut down across the back to fit? I think 21" is too long. His saddle is 12" Thanks
A shopper on Oct 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I think you could cut it to make it shorter...I use it on a high withered TB but I also use gel pad with it so this pad alone might not be enough depending what sort of top line you are dealing with. My trainer has also used this pad flipped around to help level out a saddle for older horses with a bit of sway back. It's pretty versatile and a good buy for the $.
recently bought a new barrel saddle for my 4yr old gaited horse and the saddle is tipping forward a little too much for my liking when cinching up. Is this pad something that could/ would even out the saddle and help him from being so back sore?
Camey T on Dec 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is definitely worth a try. Usually use mine with Lane Fox and forward seat saddles, but have layered it with a western Saddle, using a 1/2 inch felt underliner pad, carefully placed wither pad, regular western pad on top. Good luck. Sometimes it is a saddle/horse misfit that just requires a different saddle.
Can this saddle pad be used to lift the front of the saddle for a horse that essentially has no withers?
M M on Dec 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I actually use this pad to lift my saddle away from the high withers of my horse. My understanding is it is meant to protect high withers. But seems like it should lift your saddle regardless of flat withers.
can this be used for western?
A shopper on Aug 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don't think I would because the padding on a Western saddle is completely different from that of an English saddle. Your padding is widely distributed not only front to back but side to side. This lift front pad is much smaller and while lifting the front of your saddle, it would concentrate your entire weight more centrally on your horse.
Will this work to lift and relieve pressure off of the shoulders under a western saddle? The saddle fits well but he is a gaited horse that needs more shoulder clearance and range of motion.
Erin K on Oct 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes! That is exactly what I purchased it for and my horse loves it!
Will this work with a western saddle?
A shopper on Mar 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Might be a little short for a western saddle, but could work. That said, I did not care for this product AT ALL. It is somewhat stiff and has sharp edges that gouged into my horse's shoulders, resulting in much head tossing and a very sour ride. Sitting in my barn gathering dust...
Will this pad help with pressure on the withers, spine and shoulders? should i get the lift front or back?
Rachel C on May 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: If the pressure comes from a poor saddle fit, I would say "no". We are using this pad for a gelding who has some soreness in his shoulders and the pad helps distribute less of the weight of the saddle and rider onto his shoulders thereby(moving it toward the cantle) allowing him to move with more comfort. He is a lesson horse who carries inexperienced riders whose balance and weight are often off.
I have a POA that is lower in the wither.
Do you recommend this pad or is there other pads that would work betterf for me?
A shopper on Apr 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: For the price it is definitely worth a try. I bought one to see if lifting my saddle with pads would improve fit. When it helped I rode in it until I could afford a wool half pad with shim pockets that I could customize the amount and where I needed to shun around a high either. I recommend this pad to anyone needing to lift the front of their saddle.