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I have a split-spine numnah with velcro closure pockets each side to take a long foam insert. Bought it at Badminton around 1987 for my first horse who was in his late teens and his rather old-fashioned shallow panel GP was getting close to his spine below the cantle. It worked a treat. I even used it for the current horse who had a poor topline when we first got him, adding two extra pieces of foam at the front, until I bought a Korrector.

I've been on the manufacturer Style Products' website (Featured Products), but they no longer do such a thing, unfortunately - similar, but no split spine :(

If you're any good with a sewing machine it ought to be possible to cut a standard numnah (with pockets or foam pads) in half, re-bind the two cut edges and add a couple of inches of binding front and back to re-attach them, leaving a gap.
 
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