Wintec Elastic Dressage Black

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Product Summary:

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Ideal for Wintec saddles. No-rust stainless steel roller buckles. No-stitch soft rolled edges. Wide 2" elastic stretch throughout. Available in Black.

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Needed a smaller size dressage for my Wintec saddle.
Sharon B on Oct 6, 2014
Have been borrowing one from someone else and know the details of how and that it fits correctly.
Phyllis D on Apr 12, 2014
I'm new in the dressage world. I have a saddle, but I'm unsure what size girth to buy for my daughter's Quarter Horse. How do you measure or know?
Cathy K on Feb 23, 2014
Best Answer: Put the saddle on your horse and measure from the middle hole in the billets on the right, under the horse, then to the middle hole in the billets on the left, like where the girth would go. Whatever number you get, that is the length of girth to buy.
Reply · Report · Naomi V on Jan 1, 2015
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My horses uses a 52 inch regular English girth. What would the comparable size for dressage girth?
A shopper on Feb 26, 2015
Best Answer: If you are Converting Between Long and Dressage Girth Lengths and you know your horse's girth size and you need to switch between a long and a short girth, add or subtract 20 inches. For example, if you use a 48 inch girth with your jumping saddle, you should try a 28 inch girth with your dressage saddle.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Feb 27, 2015
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