Back on Track Therapeutic Horse Back Pad

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Back on Track Therapeutic Horse Back Pad


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Product Summary:

More Ways than One to Use this Horse Back Pad's Natural Heat Therapy

This therapeutic Back Pad (size - 3' x 3') uses our state-of-the-art Welltex fabric, which contains polyester thread embedded with a fine ceramic powder. Designed to reflect the horse's own body-warmth, it creates a soothing far infrared thermal heat, which can help alleviate pain associated with inflamed muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints. Used for both injury prevention as well as injury recovery. This 3 x 3 Back Pad helps to warm up your horse's back before exercise, loosening up the muscles.

A Velcro strip detaches and may be sewn into an existing blanket or may be used with a surcingle.

See and feel the results for yourself with horses that are experiencing a sore back or cold back.

Material is 100% polypropylene infused with Back on Track's revolutionary new ceramic infused fiber.

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I'm wondering if this pad might help my barrel horse. He seems to have pain in his withers. He doesn't want to step freely forward and I was wanting to know if this pad also relives some pressure from the wither area. When I ride him down a hill, he seems to have more discomfort, no problem going up a hill. Also I was wondering if the wither pads would help to relieve pressure.?
Tracy M on Jun 5, 2014
Best Answer: If he's having issues with his withers and not stepping out, my first guess is that the saddle is being placed too far forward. You need to place your hand AT his/her withers and then place the saddle 3 fingers back. I would have a quality bodyworker evaluate the horse and saddle fit. This pad would not provide the relief you are looking for. It does help warm the back, so if there were issues with minor arthritis/stiffness or simply a colder climate then this would be a great investment. This pad is designed to utilize the horse's own body heat to warm muscles, which keeps them loose while working.
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We have a 14 y/o Tennessee walker gelding that has a 'bump' consisting of about 2 vertebra in front of where his back ties into his pelvis. His top line is diminished even though he is in good condition. I have noticed this same 'bump' on a lot of gaited horses and I'm guessing it has something to do with their action. Unfortunately, it is painful for the horse. This particular horse also bridges pretty badly. I am wondering if a pad with additional support along the sides of the spine in addition to the hollow area behind the wither will help?
Mary S on Nov 21, 2015
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