Down Under Neoprene Australian Girth

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Down Under Saddle Supply Neoprene Australian Girth
 
Australian girth with thick neoprene on both top and bottom for ultimate comfort, while roller buckles allow for easy adjustment.
 
Features:
  • Soft and durable
  • Easy care
  • Brass hardware 
 
Item Specifications:
 
Size:
Inside buckle measures 1 1/4" 
Girth width 4"
 
Color:
Black
 
Material:
Neoprene 

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to go with my new aussie saddle
ruth m. on Dec 7, 2015
more comfortable for the horse on longer rides and keeps the saddle from slipping
Marylou L on Oct 1, 2015
Best price in town.
Granville M on Dec 7, 2015
needed larger girth for aussie saddle
DONNA M on Dec 20, 2014
how do you measure for an austrailian girth?
Kimberley B on Aug 18, 2013
I am looking for a back girth for my 19" Snowy River endurance Aussie saddle...can you help, I am not very familiar with the Aussie set up as this is my first Aussie saddle, and I love it but need to have a back girth on it for my big girl?
Dana H on Dec 27, 2013
Best Answer: Aussie saddles don't have your typical back cinch. It can be rigged in a way that tucker saddles are. Go to horsesaddleshop . com and go under saddle rigging. At the bottom will be some diagrams of how it can be done.
Reply (1) · Report · Emma P on Dec 27, 2013
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Looking for a girth for my 15.1h Standardbred. Thoughts on how to size him?
S C on Aug 28, 2015
Best Answer: I finds these seem longer by at least an inch from an English girth and same for Western. I have 2 horses that size and one is slightly narrow so I use a 30 in girth which could be smaller and one is wider and I use a 32in but could get by with the 30in. I have 2 horses 6.1 hands who take a 36 Western and I have a 36 Aussie and it's actually to large. I would order the next size down as these seem to run larger. I absolutely LOVE this cinch! Good luck and enjoy.
Reply · Report · London S on Aug 28, 2015
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i don't have a girth with mine, I do not understand that nylon tightening thing?
Chris L on Nov 1, 2014
Best Answer: The saddle should have a surcingle that goes across the top of the saddle and into a slit on either side. The right hand side of the surcingle should have two straps with holes in them. These straps buckle onto the girth on the side without the nylon strap. The opposite side of the surcingle should have a strap with holes and another strap with a metal ring. The strap with holes buckles onto the girth. The nylon strap on the girth goes through the ring on the surcingle and then into the buckle below it on the girth. You can then adjust the tension of the girth easily by pulling the nylon strap in an upwards direction then buckling it at the appropriate hole. Lastly, make the final adjustment to the surcingle strap that you buckled just before adjusting the nylon strap so that it is properly tightened as well. I hope this helped and feel free to ask for any needed clarification.
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