I don't have a pic right at hand, but I can tell you that I use a regular quilted pad (A/P or dressage depending on what I happen to be working on at the time with my gelding) with a ThinLine halfpad added. The ThinLine halfpad is the one that has sheepskin rolls but not full lining (http://www.smartpakequine.com/thinli...x?cm_vc=Search). I absolutely LOVE the ThinLine half-pad. Nice look, not too bulky, but provides some cushion and protection for my horse's back.
To school in, I use a Dover square A/P pad, with a sheepskin wither-relief half pad on top. When showing I have a full shaped sheepskin pad. Will never go back to synthetic fleece, the sheepskin is so much nicer, although more pricey.
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I use A/P quilted pads or navajo pads (yes that's right I still have quite a few left from that fad years ago). If I'm going on a long trail ride or hunter pace, I'll throw on a sheepskin half pad as well.
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