Wintec® Kid's Saddle
Lightweight child's saddle will fit the smallest kids and ponies.
Built in hand hold and knee rolls for security
Adjustable panels will fit a horse or a pony
Crupper dee fitting is attached
Long billets allow you to fit a larger horse with ease
Lightweight and easy to care for. Fully synthetic saddle just wipes clean and cannot be damaged by water.
*Works great with Wintec Kids Leadline Webbers*
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what girth is best for this saddle to fit a pony?
Best Answer: Step 1: With your horse/pony standing on a level surface and all treats fully digested, pass the tape measure around his body where the girth will rest. Make the two ends meet and pull it snugly. Take a look at the number. This is your horse's heart girth.
Step 2: Use this formula to calculate the horseâ€™s girth size: Heart Girth Measurement divided by 2, then Subtract 3 Example: (70/2) - 3 = 32" Step 3: You may need to round up as many girths only come in even numbers. This will give you a good estimate for ordering the correct size. Youâ€™ll want around 8-10inches between your girth and saddle.
I got a saddle like this for my grand kids but it doesn't have a girth or stirrups or leathers. What kind of girth will work? Our Appendix quarter horse's girth is way too big. ??
Best Answer: I use a 46 with mine. I think I would rather have a 42 or 44. I use a wintec chafeless girth, but nearly any will work so long as they are short enough. I would get the kid webbers and some 4 inch peacock irons. It also depends on how big your horse is as to what size girth you use, but the billets are long on these saddles, but not dressage long so it takes a pony sized girth in the lower 40s usually.