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Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage
Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage

Shoulder Relief Girth™ – Dressage

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The saddle-fit girth that redirects your billet line to give your horse's shoulders more freedom from the saddle, better comfort and increased elbow clearance.

The dressage size of the highly acclaimed girth can be used for dressage as well as any jump saddle that uses long billets (often monoflap).  The Shoulder Relief Girth™ actually changes the position and angle of the billets to prevent the saddle from interfering with the shoulder.

It is built with absolutely top notch leather, along with flawless craftsmanship and includes the following features:

  • Padded calf skin inside, with durable English hide exterior for long life.
  • Double elastic on both ends with SS buckles, for horse comfort.
  • Compatible with 100% wool fleece liner.
  • Available in black or brown in sizes 18-34 inches (select from drop-down menu).
  • Indestructible looped keeper design will not break.

***GIRTHS ARE MEASURED BUCKLE-END TO BUCKLE-END***

The Shoulder Relief Girth™ actually changes the position and angle of the billets to prevent the saddle from interfering with the shoulder.   

The center of the girth is set forward to sit in the horse’s natural girth groove. While the sides of the girth are cut back to meet the billets 2 inches behind where the horse’s natural girth groove lies. This brings the billets from angling forward, to becoming perpendicular to the ground (in the case of a forward girth groove horse), which reduces the saddle’s tendency to be pulled forward into the shoulders. With horses that have shoulder interference without angled billets, it simply moves the billets back to keep the saddle farther away from the shoulders.

The secondary benefit to this shape, is that it is cutback at the elbows. This gives more room for elbow movement as well, and prevents galls in the elbow area.