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post #1 of 1 Old 09-24-2009, 03:21 AM Thread Starter
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Question Aussie Undergirths

Next question! LOL

I need a new undergirth for my Australian saddle. I found that my old one had ripped completely in half across the center...AFTER I spent an hour jumping (just messing around) in the ring with some friends...ever jumped with no girth before? LOL

I tried to use my english girth on my Aussie saddle but it was waaaay too long. I didn't realize it wouldn't fit until I went on a trail ride a few days ago (I've been riding my western). So...I went trail riding with a girth that basically just looked good and did virtually nothing (cuz it woudln't go up any higher). LOL I'm gettin' pretty good at this!

My horse uses a 46" english girth. I need to buy another girth for my stock saddle, but now I don't know what length to get. I was at to see what they had (I like the neoprene ones) and theirs only go up to 39". Then, some other sites list them as Large, Med, there a conversion system or something comparative? Like if the horse takes a 46 in english it would take around a ______ in Australian/Stock saddle girths?

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