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        03-09-2013, 07:18 AM
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    What a handsome fellow! I have the exact same issue with my quarter horse! Mile high withers and a topline that needs a little work. I was using the Cashel pad that is more built up in the front, but he wasn't thrilled with it, the puppy nibbled off a few of the edges and I'm not loving how its aging. So I recently switched to an impact gel pad to see if he liked that any better. So far so good, but I'm waiting to see what my trainer thinks when we get back to work. I'd also recommend a supplement to help him build up some muscles. I love Smartpaks!
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