Cashel Shaped Western Swayback Cushion

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Cashel Shaped Western Swayback Cushion
Cashel Correction Cushion Pads offer a convenient solution to saddling issues with your horse. They were specially designed to aid in providing optimal comfort and protection as well as to help adjust the fit of your saddle against the horse. They provide an easy way to help horses with muscle atrophy behind the shoulder or other conformational obstacles through the balanced distribution of saddle pressure.
Made from the same hi-tech foam as other Cashel Cushion pads, each is designed to be ridden next to the horse or on top of a thin blanket or pad. Great with our 1/4” felt liners. With a 2” center that tapers to 3/4” in the front and back, main portion is 1.5" reducing down to .75" on sides, the Cashel Cushion Swayback Pad helps keep the saddle from riding on the horse’s shoulder and loin by filling in the hollow area on the back of a swayback horse. Size: 28x30.

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My horse has very high wither and is difficult to fit any saddle.
PHILIP O on Feb 9, 2015
This is the second one I have purchased for my swaybacked horse and it works very well. He loves it.
COLLEEN L on May 27, 2014
I have a young horse whos saddle seems to be bridging. I have looked around at other options. This pad seemed to be what he needs. Size and a fairy nice price.
Mary E on Oct 7, 2014
my horse is a little swayback and wanted to see if it would help fit with my saddle and make it more comfortable.
KAREN B on May 11, 2014