Nylon Fleece Girth

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Product Summary:

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Nylon Fleece Girth by Pro-Craft™
Nylon fleece-lined girth for chafeless comfort.
  • Double end elastic on both ends to equalize girth pressure.
  • Roller buckles (1" I.D.)
  • Center D-Ring.
Wire nickel plated hardware

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Linda K on Oct 17, 2015
needed a brown fleece girth for small hunter schooling shows
maile b on Mar 16, 2015
needed it
Conny C on Aug 12, 2015
I was given an english saddle without a girth and wanted something quick to try. Took my gelding for his first ride with it and I think we both like it better than any of our western.
Sarah C on Feb 12, 2015
does this girth come with a d ring to hook my breast plate to?
momo is cool on Jan 19, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, there is a d- ring. The girth has lasted very nicely. It was a great buy.
Reply · Report · Mary S on Jan 20, 2015
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if I usually use a 46 should I get a 48?
Fiona S on Feb 20, 2014
Best Answer: My horse needs a 48 and after using this girth (48) for several months, it has stretched quite a bit. It might be tight to begin with, but given it has elastic on both ends, it will stretch out. I punched extra holes in the billets of my saddle until it stretched out. Fits great now.
Reply · Report · Nichole F on Feb 20, 2014
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how do you know what size you need?
julie s on Oct 16, 2015
Best Answer: With you saddle placed on your horses back you want to measure how far from the bottom hole on one side under the belly to the bottom hole on the other side of your billets. If you want fleece and an inch or so.
Reply · Report · Lindsey W on Oct 16, 2015
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