Classic Equine BioFit Correction Saddle Pad

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Classic Equine BioFit Correction Saddle Pad
The Classic Equine BioFit pad is specifically designed to support horses with muscle atrophy behind the shoulder blade. It helps support the front of the saddle from collapsing in the area behind the shoulder as a result of muscle loss, ill saddle fit or conformation.
The strategic wedge placement of the BioFit correction saddle pad fills in the void area, offering extra support. It also works well for older horses with a diminishing topline or horses with very high withers.
A 7/8 top quality wool blend offers superior shock absorption and protection. Contoured design of the Classic Equine BioFit saddle pad molds to conform to your horses back for added comfort and improved saddle fit. Cut over withers for greater gullet clearance and spine relief. 

30" x 30"
31" x 32"

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I love this pad and will be ordering another one for my other horse!
CINDI C on Mar 9, 2015
Hoping this will alleviate dry spots on my 4 year old mare.
TINA B on Dec 9, 2014
I have a senior horse and I think this will make it easy on her
UNIQUE G on Jan 28, 2015
Fits my mare with a large scapula and fills the void behind that.
JEANNE J on Nov 28, 2014
what materials is this pad made of?
A shopper on Jul 20, 2014
Best Answer: The black part seems to be a wool/felt type fabric. Nice and thick. The brown is leather. Nice pad. These things are always way too expensive, but I use it on my 23 year old Morgan and seems to work fine.
Reply · Report · LYNN G on Jul 20, 2014
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My Tucker saddle goes down hill in the front when on my current mare. Would this pad work to tip the front of the saddle back in the correct position? I don't want to be tilted forward on her when I ride. I bought a skito pad, so would using shims work better?
Karen B on Mar 16, 2014
Best Answer: I just bought a 30x30 pad for my high withered colt & honestly this pad did help, but I still had to add a shim with it. He is young and still growing, so I think I will eventually need to remove the shim as he feels out and it will b great. The padded area does "give" under pressure somewhat, making it great for individual pressure points an ill fitting saddle may have. Hope this helps a little.
Reply · Report · DONNA R on Mar 17, 2014
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is this pad for western saddles only , can it be used for English saddles. eg dressage saddle ?!!
A shopper on May 30, 2015
Best Answer: This blanket is made for a horse with high withers. It makes a huge difference as far as relief goes. I don't see why it couldn't be used for english although I think they make one for english
Reply · Report · Linda M on May 31, 2015
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Does this pad come in 1" thickness?
Lisa H on Mar 1, 2015
Best Answer: It's as close to an inch as you are going to get. Mine is not quite an inch, but very very close!
Reply · Report · Ian T on Mar 1, 2015
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I have a TWH who has a narrow topline but is a big horse. EVERY saddle even narrow tree saddles slip back on him and fall in behind his withers. That is as far back as it slips though. Did anyone else have this problem and did this saddle pad help? I read that is helps the saddle from collapsing in that area but does this saddle pad slip or slide around?
Jess M on Sep 29, 2014
Best Answer: This pad has been stable on both of my horses. I think it's natural for the saddle to slide back a bit and the front concho needs to be behind the shoulder blade. Perhaps combining this pad and a breast collar would solve the problem.
Reply · Report · LYNN G on Sep 29, 2014
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I have a gaited horse and, with his "A" frame, I can't find a single saddle that fits him correctly without breaking the bank account. Both of my saddles that I have now sit down way too close to his withers but seem to fit in all other aspects. Do you think that this saddle pad would help solve that?
Bethany W on Apr 24, 2014
Best Answer: I'm having saddle angst myself. I think this might be a good choice for your situation. You might want to try a treeless saddle. My horse loved my Bob Marshall Trail saddle, but I found it put my lower back in a strange and uncomfortable position, so I'm moving on to something else and not sure what yet. This pad is well made and the support pads are nice and firm and shouldn't break down. It's pricey, but very high quality. I think your horse might like it. Good luck to us both.
Reply · Report · LYNN G on Apr 29, 2014
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does this pad provide non-slip with a treeless saddle?
gail g on May 15, 2015
Best Answer: I wouldn't recommend this with a treeless saddle. I had a Bob Marshall treeless that had a special pad provided by B. Marshall. This has a pretty big build out at the withers. Don't think it's compatible.
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how thick is the actual build up? I've tried one of these on at the feed store but it wasn't thick enough. thank you
tara z on Feb 28, 2015
Best Answer: This is a very thin barrel racing pad. It is super light weight. It's built sturdy. But I like my gel pad a whole lot better for trail riding. I use this one for ring work.
Reply · Report · KEITH J on Feb 28, 2015
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How do you know what size you need?
A shopper on Oct 26, 2014
Best Answer: Measure a pad you are currently using if you like the fit, or measure your saddle front to back and across, and add approximately four inches. For example, if your saddle is 28 inches in length, you will need at least a 32x34 saddle pad. The size of your horse and the form of his back will also determine the size of pad you need.
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Oct 27, 2014
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