Mustang Surcingle with PVC Liner

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Mustang Surcingle with PVC Liner

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Mustang Surcingle with PVC Liner
 
Black padded nylon with PVC lining on surcingle and girth. Heavy brass plated welded dees and buckles.
 
Features:
  • Padded nylon with PVC lining
  • Heavy brass plated welded dees and buckles

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These are used for hippotherapy riding. Great for helping keep pads in place and with handles placed on them they give the children something to hand onto..
Cynthia W on Oct 17, 2015
What is the measurement range of this item? If my horse measures about 80" around at the girth, will this fit?
Stacey E on Jan 10, 2015
Best Answer: Girth/Cinch Measuring Tip
English Girth: With the saddle on your horse use a cloth tape and measure from Girth Buckle to Girth Buckle.

Western Cinch: With the saddle on your horse use a cloth tape and measure fron Mid-Fender to Mid-Fedner.

Horse Height
Western AussieEnglishDressage
13H to 14H (Small Horse)30 32 38-40 18-20
14H to 15H (Small Horse)30-32 33-3542-44 22-24
15H TO 16H (Medium Horse)32-34 36-3846-48 26
16H to 17H (Large Horse)36 39-4050-52 28
17H and Over 54-56 30-32

Note: This chart is meant to be a Guide only.

Girth/Cinch Measuring Tip
English Girth: With the saddle on your horse use a cloth tape and measure from Girth Buckle to Girth Buckle.

Western Cinch: With the saddle on your horse use a cloth tape and measure fron Mid-Fender to Mid-Fedner.
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