Sorry for the time lag, been somewhat hectic.
The pad works great. I used
it on my daughter's POA who is a little narrow for the Fallis Balanced Ride saddle she uses. Conventional Pads had simply
made the saddle wobbly. The Corrector nicely improved the fit in the proper areas and she uses a single layered wool navajo
over the Corrector. Immediate improvement in way of going and attitude. Nice response without having to invest in a new saddle
for the POA.
I have also used it on two fairly flat withered Arabians that are very muscular over their backs. Saddles had a tendency to
creep forward. Had one saddle re-rigged to a 7/8 rig, that helped but didn't solve the issue. Have saddled both
and worked them using the Corrector and a single or thin double wool pad. Saddles never moved. Horses both moved more freely
and didn't have to cut them in half with the cinch to keep the saddle in place.
Gave your phone number as a contact at a recent Veterinary meeting where I was demonstrating some Horse Handling Techniques
and suggested they look into this for clients who were having saddle fitting problems. Didn't think you would mind. You
may have received some phone calls from Illinois.
May be worthwhile to check into the Veterinary referral market as it seems a lot of horse owners are having saddle fit questions.
Their vet checks the horse but many aren't sure where to go to correct the problem without buying a new saddle.
Regards, Dean Scoggins DVM
Dr. LuAnn Groves,
I've been a "whole horse VET" for 20+ years & ride as well. The Corrector has helped my Clients horses recover
quicker & stay sound. I see a steady improvement with horses using the Corrector and the Acupuncture treatments
are less and longer lasting. I use the Corrector on my Cutting horse stud.
Regards, Dr. Groves, San Marcos, TX.