I rode bareback for a year and this is what happened… — Simple Southern

If you’re an equestrian, you’ve no doubt heard of No Stirrup November. It’s when riders all over the globe try riding without stirrups. Some of them go bareback and some remove the stirrups leathers and irons from their saddles. The goal is to improve your riding by forcing yourself to use your seat and not […]

via I rode bareback for a year and this is what happened… — Simple Southern

 

I love riding bareback as well and have the same pad.

 

Amerigo Special Dressage Girth

 

I bought this girth to try out. If you are familiar with this brand, do get in touch as your opinions are useful to us.

It is a lovely quality soft calf skin girth and can be purchased from various retailers. The average price looks to be around the £150 mark.

Anatomically shaped, soft calfskin padding and keepers for the excess straps. Non elastic ends.

Available from 55cm to 85cm and comes in – black or brown.

Review to follow once it’s in use later in the year.