Kincade Equalizing Girth With Fleece

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Kincade Equalizing Girth With Fleece
A classic look from Kincade by Weatherbeeta - great value at exceptional prices. An economical, synthetic fleece-lined girth with elastic at both end and convenient roller buckles. Features a "D" ring for attachment of training aids.
  • Synthetic Nylon strength
  • Fleece comfort for your horse
  • Buckle measures 2" x 1"
Item Specifications: 
Brown with natural color
Approximately 5"


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monica p on Feb 22, 2015
For my Wintec all purpose saddle. I ordered black.
Wendelyn S on May 27, 2014
Because I need a girth for my English saddle that fits my horse and I've purchased merchandise from Stateline Tack before in the past and I'm completely satisfied with your products. F.Y.I: I purchased the 48" Kincade Equalizing Girth NOT the 54" Kincade Equalizing Girth and NOT with the fleece.
Jamie P on Sep 6, 2014
Needed the length.
Cheryl M on Feb 15, 2014
Need an inexpensive 38 inch English girth. Suggestions? Not string. Thank you.
A shopper on Mar 27, 2016
Best Answer: Kincade girth with fleece is the best girth for your horse, they wash easily in a laundry bag and
no dryer, just let it lay flat. Most of the horses at the barn use this type of girth and the price
is right!
Reply · Report · Mary C on Mar 29, 2016
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I use size 36 in western cinches. What size English girth would be best?
Haley S on Jun 28, 2015
Best Answer: Hello, Western saddles cinch differently than English. If this is for an English saddle measure from hole number two (from the bottom) on each side (billets) around his girth. I have a fat, 16h Thoroughbred; he wears a 54." This is a great girth. My horse used to turn his head to bite me when putting a girth on. He doesn't do that anymore. I believe the elastic doesn't make him feel too restricted. Maybe there is a google size converter somewhere. Good luck.
Reply · Report · Deanna K on Jul 2, 2015
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