Which girth do I need for my horse?
We cannot give a detailed answer to this question, since this is influenced by many factors.
• Anatomy of the horse 
• The fit of the saddle (Basically the saddle has to fit properly) 
• Type and positioning of the girth billets To simplify matters we base our recommendations only on the anatomy of the horse.

All girths have a narrow section at the elbow movement area, the surface pressure in this area is very low because it is only slightly curved, followed by a wide centrepiece with integrated cross bands and spreader inserts for even pressure distribution on the whole contact area on the breastbone. The system applied here, with cross bands and spreader, guarantees that the wider parts of the centrepiece does not develop wrinkles and does not lose tension around the edges and therefore cause reduced pressure distribution.





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