Back On Track Ceramic Western Saddle Pad 2 Pack

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Double Pack Ceramic Western saddle pad by Back on Track
Horses with cold or sore backs love this Western Saddle Pad! Top riders worldwide use this thin western pad under their regular pad and remark how much it improves their horses’ movement. Made of polypropylene and with state-of-the-art Weltex fabric, which is infused with ceramic powder, the pad reflects your horse’s natural body warmth and creates a soothing far infrared thermal heat. Tired or sore back muscles experience relief from this soft heat therapy.
To be used under your regular saddle pad to help your horse’s back muscles loosen, relax, and warm up quickly. The gentle heat increases blood flow, which helps relieve muscle tension and pain. Wonderful for horses with cold or sore backs.  The effectiveness of Back on Track’s thermal heat therapy has been established by medical science.
Product Details
  • Black only
  • 2 saddle pads per package
  • Measures 31" long x 30" wide
  • Use under regular pad
  • Ceramic fibers reflect body heat and create soothing infrared warmth
  • Reduce pain and inflammation
  • Relax muscles
  • Increase blood circulation

Care: Machine washable up to 86°F or 30°C. Use normal detergents that do not contain bleach or fabric softeners. Air dry only, do not tumble dry.

The effectiveness of Back on Track’s thermal warmth therapy has been established by medical science.  Back on Track products are not to be compared with magnetic therapy.

Customer Reviews

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(based on 3 reviews)

September 19, 2018
"Only used it once so far trail riding on our horse who gets a sore back after, and he already was moving better and seemed so much happier even after only 1 use. Love this product. Will be buying more "
Kenton, OH
January 05, 2018
"Love these. Back on track products are amazing."
September 27, 2017
"Should have bought these sooner. I use pad liners anyway, so why not give your horse a therapy pad instead. "