The far infrared ray supports good blood circulation to the important muscle groups under the girth, which can help relieve muscle tension and promote wellbeing. This means the girth is particularly suitable for horses that are sensitive around the delicate girth area.
Back on Track ambassador and dressage rider, Jezz Palmer said:
“We have an older horse who has always been uptight to girth up. Since using the Back on Track Dressage Girth he has improved massively. As the horse is 15 years old it is amazing to make a change like this which has really improved his quality of life.”
The Back on Track Dressage Girth is available in black with elasticated or non-elasticated ends. Sizes 45cm to 70cm with an RRP of £50.00.
Back on Track products are available for horses, humans and dogs. The range extends from horse rugs to boots and human base layers to joint braces. The canine range includes everything from dog beds to leg braces.
For more information and a list of UK stockists, visit www.backontrack.com