What’s That? Explaining Girth Extenders
We all have them, tucked away in the bottom of our dressers–the I’m Feeling Fat Jeans. Sometimes they are called into use for a few days or weeks, and sometimes they get trotted out earlier. Well, our horses have those days, too (especially as spring grass begins to pop up) when the girth doesn’t quite reach the saddle billets. Rather than buy a whole new girth, it’s far more economical to pick up a girth extender to do the job temporarily.
We’ve recently added girth extenders to our shop’s inventory, and we believe they’re a great option for those who find themselves in this predicament. Our beta biothane extenders handle the sweat and dust they encounter better than leather, and also won’t stretch over time the way leather can.
Even better, the beta biothane extenders come in fun colors, from lime green to purple to light blue (we also offer black and brown for you traditionalists). Should you lend your extender to someone, you’ll find it easy to sort out whose is whose with our colorful options.