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post #1 of 5 Old 08-25-2013, 10:46 PM Thread Starter
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ThinLine dressage girth?

I am trying to find a nice dressage girth for my Thoroughbred. So far I quite like the ThinLine girth.
Has anyone had any experience with it?

Thanks in advance!
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post #2 of 5 Old 09-02-2013, 03:49 PM
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Gosh, there are so many to choose from.

I did not get a chance to try the Tinline (line) when I was riding dressage but I did have a Nunn Finer Passage Dressage Girth that fit our horse great and held up even better.

Good luck on your search.
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Gosh, there are so many to choose from.

I did not get a chance to try the Tinline (line) when I was riding dressage but I did have a Nunn Finer Passage Dressage Girth that fit our horse great and held up even better.

Good luck on your search.
I know! It seems like there are thousands of different girths to choose from. I think I'll pass on the ThinLine one though, because I have found some not so good reviews on it. I think I might get the Lettia Clik one. https://www.horseloverz.com/product/...age-girth.html

I have the English version of this girth for my close contact saddle and I have no complaints with it. It fits my horse perfectly and it doesn't rub him at all. :)
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At one point I used neoprene and then I went to leather for my dressage girths. Since I've begun riding Western, I've gone from felt lined to Alpaca.

The 'search' for the best tack seems to be never ending!
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I actually LOVE my thinline dressage girth. I think my horse does too. My saddle never slides, an I'm able to tighten it just right that I know he's comfy and its not suffocating him, but its tight enough and I guess with the material it is, it doesn't move. It never rubs him wrong or anything! The V adjustments take a few times to get used to if you're used to having elastic lol..but its not bad.
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