English Saddle Accessories
English Horse Saddle Accessories
Professionals Choice SMX Girth
Four-way stretch neoprene adds flexibility, secure fit and shock absorption and is slip-proof to eliminate soreness. It won’t crack or absorb moisture. Nylon webbing fastens with hook and loop material. Roller buckles make girth adjustment easy.
HDR Advantage Chafeless Girth Oak Bark
Leather contoured girth with elastic end and stainless steel roller buckles. Available in Oak Bark.
Korsteel Flex II Stirrup Irons
Unique one-way swivel action flexes to a perfect 70-degree angle for correct equitation.
Kincade Leather Chafeless Girth
Leather girth designed to prevent chafing. Heavy-duty elastic end. Roller buckles.
Henri de Rivel Stirrup Leathers
Stretches less and lies flat under the leg. Stainless steel buckles, nylon reinforcements.
EquiRoyal Dressage Girth
Dressage style girth made of soft choice leather in black. Designed for long billet saddles.
Collegiate Raised Breastplate Martingale
Handsome English leather with off-white stitching and fancy stitched chest plate. Features slightly raised leather on chestplate and neck strap. Includes running martigale attachment. Stainless steel buckles.
Collegiate Half Hole 1 Inch Stirrup Leathers
1″ stirrup leathers with holes placed every 1/2″ for precise adjustment. Nickel plated hardware.
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