Can anyone recommend a good short broth girth (for long billeted saddle) that would be suitable for a girthy, sensitive mare? I was looking at the Nunn Finer Passage girth....any experience with this one?
I have the passage and I absolutely love it!
LOVE the Nunn Finer passage too, so nicely padded
I just bought the Passage but only got to use it once before I broke my arm. It's lovely and almost TOO padded, but gelding sure liked it. I'm sure when I'm back in the tack that I'll love it too.
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Another huge thumbs up...loved by brown/jump one so much I just got a black one for my dressage saddle :-) And, I have a girthy mare, too.
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I have the Piaffe ("sister girth") in black for my dressage saddle, and my fussy, sensitive Arab gives it a thumbs up!
The Passage has elastic, the Piaffe buckles slide to equalize billet pressure. They both have the same shape and padding. The Piaffe only comes in black though.
I love the Nunn Finer girths. I had the Toulouse short girth and I was not a huge fan. It was alright, but not exactly what I would expect at that price.
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