At AH Saddles Ltd we offer bridles, stirrup leathers and girths to match our saddles. These accessories are all made from English leathers. We can also offer custom bridles made to order. Please contact our office for an order sheet and price list. 



Our AH stirrup leathers are super soft English leather, non stretch and lined with nylon for extra strength. Our slimline leathers offer super comfort under the leg and are suitable for any discipline (the picture shows our reinforced stirrup leathers).


Sizes:  48", 54", 56" & 58"


Additional sizes are available as a custom order


Our padded girths are made with English leather and are padded with elastic at both ends for stability and comfort. They work well with AH Saddles.  


Sizes: 38" -  52" 





We recommend using a leather dressing that contains only natural ingredients, as such we recommend and sell Sedgwick’s original leathercare product that includes tallow, oils and beeswax. 


Applying Sedgwick’s Conditioner

Give your leather a quick wipe with a damp sponge or cloth and leave to dry naturally. Apply the leather dressing sparingly to both the grain and flesh side of the leather. When dry, usually after two hours, buff the leather with a soft brush or cloth. Additional information on caring for your saddle can be found in our saddle care guide sections. Always also refer to the manufacturer’s instruction of any specialist product that you use.


These are designed to reduce bulk under the rider's leg, making them an ideal complement to a dressage saddle. They are made using a single length of English leather with a bonded nylon core. The strap has a loop at one end to go over the stirrup bar, and is adjustable at the other. The free end is fed through the stirrup (then secured using a t-bar fixing back through the stirrup leather by the rider's ankle). Suitable for any leather saddle where the rider needs maximum communication with their horse. 

Sizes:  Small, Medium, Large


English leather girth with a soft padded back for horse comfort and elasticated both ends.

The girth is shaped so that it has an anatomical arc which contours forward and around the horse’s elbows, while allowing the girth straps to sit farther back.The girth’s contoured shape allows the saddle to be properly positioned behind the horse’s shoulder blades, whilst keeping the girth at 90 degrees to the floor.  

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