A dressage girth made of soft hibiscus webbing and sturdy hardware.
The ergonomically-shaped design of this soft, webbed dressage girth offers ultimate comfort and durability. The elastic side, stainless steel roller buckles and center D-ring provide convenience and quality. The fabric is easy to clean and will maintain its great looks with minimal care.
Hibiscus webbed fabricStainless steel hardware.
Thoroughly rinse and air or towel dry after each ride.
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Not very happy with this girdle. Has never had problems with the horse having been gnawed before, but with this he got gnawed.
Have tested this on dressage training, and are brilliantly pleased. The color matched my brown dressage room perfectly. The only minus, which has nothing to do with quality and fit, is that it should come in 30/35 cm. 45 was just a little too long for my pony.
This is a great girth for the price! It is nice looking and super easy to clean. It fits nicely with my dressage saddle on my Arab. You really can't find a better girth for this price. I love Horze's stuff because it is so affordable and still good quality! The only thing I would change is that there are no keepers on this girth.
I've used this girth a few times since my initial review. It drives me nuts that it doesn't have keepers. I like that the girth isn't bulky, especially in this heat, and it's easy to clean. However, because it's thin and pliable, and because of my horse's build, it slips forward and pulls the saddle onto her shoulders--a problem I don't have with my other girth. It also seems to stretch. It had to be adjusted a couple of times during the most recent ride, something I don't have to do with my other girth. This is an okay product, but it doesn't work for me.
I've used this girth a few times now. I like the material, it's easy to clean and isn't bulky, which I particularly like in this ridiculous heat. However, I find that the saddle slips forward --a problem I didn't have when using my other girth. It also seems to need to be tightened more often than when using the other girth so it's stretching more. My horse has a more forward girth channel and I think this one, being so pliable and thin, probably slides forward, pulling the saddle onto her shoulders. And, it drives me nuts that it doesn't have keepers. Unfortunately this one doesn't work for me.