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Kincade Equalizing Girth With Fleece

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Product Summary:

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.
 
Features:
  • Synthetic Nylon strength
  • Fleece comfort for your horse
  • Buckle measures 2" x 1"
Item Specifications: 
 
Color:
Brown with natural color
 
Width:
Approximately 5"
 

 

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
40" E004135 40 344060 9329028216721
42" E004135 42 344061 9329028216738
44" E004135 44 344062 9329028216745
46" E004135 46 344063 9329028216752
48" E004135 48 344064 9329028216769
50" E004135 50 344065 9329028216776
52" E004135 52 344066 9329028216783
54" E004135 54 344067 9329028216790

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I have one of these for my TB mare and am very happy with it, so I just bought a smaller one for my QH
Monica M on Apr 1, 2015
I have one of these for my TB mare and am very happy with it, so I just bought a smaller one for my QH
Monica M on Apr 1, 2015
How do you measure your horse for an English girth? Never had English before.
A shopper on Dec 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You can estimate the length of girth you need by placing your saddle and saddle pad (along with any special padding you'll use under the saddle) on your horse. Have a helper hold a fabric tape measure with inch increments on approximately the middle billet hole on one side of the saddle, while you stretch the tape under the horse, one hand's width away from the back of the elbow, to the corresponding billet hole on the other side of the saddle. The inch measurement you obtain translates to the size girth you require.