Protect your horse’s underbelly when jumping with a Close Contact Stud girth.
Use the Stud Girth size guide below as a guide on how to measure stud girths for your horse or pony and to ensure you order the correct size.
After using the stud girth size guide, if you are still not sure of the correct size of stud girth that best fits your horse, then please do not hesitate to get in touch via email, telephone, online chat, or using the contact us form and we will be happy to discuss your requirements with you.
How to Measure your girth
Firstly, your horse should be measured after work, this is to ensure that you get the correct measurement and not one
distorted by your horse puffing out against the girth buckling.
Always measure your girth length on a saddled and girthed horse, both sides of the girth must be buckled evenly.
Using a soft tape measure, measure from the lower edge of the saddle flap on one side, to the same point on the other side,
then subtract 30cm. Always round it up to the next length.
Subtract: 30cm = 71cm
Girth Length: 75cm
Make sure that if your horse is touchy around the mid section, that you secure the assistance of someone to help you.