The only saddle pad endorsed by back surgeons, master saddlers and veterinarians.

Full Sheepskin Trifecta Half Pad

Full Sheepskin Trifecta Half Pad

From: $270.00

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Luxurious Merino Sheepskin and ThinLine.

Full Sheepskin Trifecta Half Pad

ThinLine is sewn on top of the high-quality cotton with medical grade sheepskin under the panels and at the front roll. Underneath the ThinLine layer is a pocket to insert shims to help with minor saddle fit adjustments.

English Full Shim Trim to Fit

Solve all your saddle fit issues with these versatile shock-absorbing shims.

ThinLine Full Sheepskin Trifecta Half Pad

New Upgrades:

  • Now with a spine channel.  Our Merino sheepskin is sheared shorter in the center of the pad creating a spine-free center band.
  • Raised wither profile to accommodate more top-lines.
  • Improved cotton base – higher quality cotton with denser weave and light wool fill.
  • Featuring – stronger and more durable billet straps.
We added more ThinLine to this customer favorite! 

Now with a longer drop.  The ThinLine panel has been enlarged to protect below the stirrup bar. The larger pocket allows you to shim more behind the point of the shoulder.

The Same Features You Know and Trust

  • Shimmable for customized saddle fit with shims made of the same trademark foam.
  • The shaped wither profile provides clearance while the ThinLine panels help create a spine-free channel.
  • 95% shock absorption is provided by the ThinLine foam which also minimizes rider movement creating a quieter seat.
  • ThinLine’s open-cell technology provides breath-ability and is non-slip.
  • Medical grade Merino wool on a natural hide.


What is ThinLine?

ThinLine is a thin, shock-absorbing non-slip breathable foam. The only product endorsed by surgeons, master saddlers, riders, and veterinarians.

Where is the ThinLine?

It is sewn onto the panel of our half saddle pads.

“The manner in which ThinLine absorbs motion encourages horses to lift their backs, developing strength and top-line.  It has been endorsed by Veterinarians, for horses, as well as Spinal Surgeons for riders. It is a top pick for Master Saddlers around the world. Equine Chiropractors and Massage Therapists carry it on their trucks to keep horses going strong, supple, and relaxed.  Trainers and riders find it a trusted product to improve rider equitation.

The dual benefit of extraordinary shock absorption and rider motion reduction sets ThinLine apart from other saddle pads.

sheepskin saddle pads

This is hands down one of the best products we do. You will feel all the sensations of your horses’ back muscles while enjoying the shock absorption and nonslip features of the trademark ThinLine foam. Balance, comfort, and security can all be yours in this half pad. You will find yourself sitting correctly, developing great core strength while enjoying close but quiet communication with your horse. Horses love this half pad- they feel unified with their rider. So go ahead, it is time to have the ride of your life. 

Full Sheepskin Trifecta Correction Half Pad offers a full open pocket to add saddle fitting shims.

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Each pad comes with a layer of ThinLine on top.  Use the full shims to double your ThinLine protection or customize them to create front, bridging, or rear shims. Up to 3 layers of ThinLine shims can be used for the ultimate in saddle fit & back protection.

Available Saddle Fitting Shims:



  • Full Trim to Fit Shim: A pair of shims running the full panel will create ThinLine Plus (1/4 inch) thickness for intense protection. Available in two thicknesses.  Use these shims and a pair of scissors to create all the shimming options your horse needs. Guidelines are provided on the shim, allowing you to confidently create all the shims you need for a perfect fit.




Also don’t forget to check out our quality western pads, endurance saddle pads, and the popular treeless saddle pad.

Other products of interest include:

Full Sheepskin Trifecta Correction Half Saddle Pad



Additional information

Full Sheepskin Trifecta Half Pad


Black, Dark Brown, Natural, White


Large, Medium, Small

English Full Shim Trim to Fit


ThinLine (3/16", 4.8mm), ThinLine + (1/4", 6.4mm)

Size Chart

20.5″ total spine measurement | 15″ between the rolls | 16″ across seat


23″ total spine length | 18.25″ spine between the rolls | 18″ across seat


25″ total spine length | 19.5″ between the rolls | 18.5″ across seat


7023 Pad Dim

Medical Grade Sheepskin Wash Instructions

Our products come with a full-year warranty provided they are cared for as directed.

Regular maintenance: Dry between rides. Place the pad sheepskin face up in a cool environment, in humid climates use a fan to blow over the pad. Once the pad is dry, lightly brush it with a pet brush to help to keep the wool fluffy and resilient for the next ride.

Washing and drying: Sheepskin saddle pads are best washed by hand in cold water. Use a soap designed for sheepskin to keep your pad under warranty. You may machine wash (although hand wash is preferred) in a front loader, no agitators against the ThinLine panels, gentle wash cycle, cold. Remove excess water in the pad by squeezing the water out or placing in your washing machine on the spin cycle.

Fill washing machine (or bathtub for really large items) with water, then add a sheepskin soap. Soak for 1 hour squeezing soap and water through item from time to time. If the item is really dirty you may need to repeat the process. Squeeze or use the spin cycle to remove excess water and lay over a rack or rail to dry with sheepskin facing up. Keep out of the sun, and away from direct heat and dryers. Please do not brush or pull sheepskin fibers when wet. To prevent shrinkage, gently stretch the hide while drying.

Full Sheepskin Pads may take 2-3 days to dry. Sheepskin trimmed items should be good to go in a day. The ThinLine shim may slow drying time, we recommend placing absorbent products such as paper towels or chamois cloths inside the pocket.

On white pads you may use Scotch Guard to the rolls to keep them clean and extend washing cycles.

When the care instructions are followed properly, our sheepskin pads are proving to have an expected 4-5 years of use.

How to Buy Outside the USA

ThinLine is readily available in most countries. This site ships to the USA, Mexico, and South America.

We hope you will use the following links to our authorized distributors in the following regions.  Here you will find all the great products and support you need:

Europe and the UK:



1 review for Full Sheepskin Trifecta Half Pad

  1. Cindy

    I have this pad and love love love it. It provides great protection and easy to use with any saddle pad. I still have good feel when riding and the shims are easy to get in and out. Washes wonderfully, does take extra time to dry, but worth the effort.

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    What size would fit a 17.5” all purpose type saddle ?
  1. Q What size would fit a 17.5” all purpose type saddle ? answer now
    A Generally, the 17.5 will work on the medium but some saddle have a longer panel and should move into the large. The spine medium is 18.25″ spine between the rolls. If your panel is larger than this select the large pad.
  2. What size full sheepskin half pad for a 17 inch saddle?
  3. Q What size full sheepskin half pad for a 17 inch saddle? answer now

    Medium is the size typically recommended for 17" saddles. You can check the measurements of the pad in the sizing tab to be certain it will be a good fit for your saddle.

  4. What is the best way to keep the sheepskin pad from sliding back? I have tried two different saddle pads, but the sheepskin won’t stay put.
  5. Q What is the best way to keep the sheepskin pad from sliding back? I have tried two different sadd...... Read more answer now

    Hi.  Historically we do not see issues with the ThinLine sheepskin half pad moving.  Our saddle fitters report this is typically because the saddle is too wide.  You could add a set of ThinLine shims to your pad to take up the extra space or try a thicker pad underneath.  Let us know how this goes.  

  6. Would a medium be a good fit for a 17.5" jump saddle?
  7. Q Would a medium be a good fit for a 17.5" jump saddle? answer now

    Typically a medium is what you would use, but some panels are bigger, so your best bet would be to measure your saddle from pommel to cantle and use the sizing chart in the sizing tab. 

  8. What size saddle will the small fit up to? For example, 16", 16.5", etc.
  9. Q What size saddle will the small fit up to? For example, 16", 16.5", etc. answer now
    A The small will fit up to a 16.5 inch saddle. At 17 move to a medium.

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