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Vespucci Double Raised Weymouth

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Vespucci Double Raised Weymouth

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Redesigned with hook stud closures, the beautiful Vespucci Double Raised Weymouth is streamlined and elegant in premium English leather. This double bridle merges top quality materials with skilled craftsmanship and a commitment to horse comfort with padding in critical areas. Two sets of reins are included.

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Item #: X1-12925
$470.00
Ships in 2-5 Business Days
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Nameplate Attachment Instructions
How to Clean
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The well-loved Vespucci Double Raised Weymouth is now offered with hook stud closures in response to customer requests. Streamlined and elegant in premium English leather, this beautiful double bridle represents the highest quality and craftsmanship, plus a commitment to optimal performance without discomfort for the horse. It’s padded in critical areas, including the single crown, double-raised brow, crank nose and adjustable chin. Stainless steel hardware throughout. Includes two sets of reins.


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Manufacturer Restricted Price Product: Count on Dover Saddlery for the best quality, value and price possible. However, some of our manufacturers restrict advertised selling prices and prevent us from advertising discounts. For other items, some manufacturers allow us to offer and advertise a discount on a limited basis. Therefore, some products are not eligible for discounts.

Tools needed:
Hammer & leather punch
• Place the nameplate on the product in the location you would like to install it, mark the nameplate’s rivet hole positions.
• Punch holes into the product where you made the nameplate hole marks with a hammer and punch, leather punch or drill.
• Make sure your product is placed on a durable surface during installation to prevent damages.
• Push the rivet posts through the holes in the product from the backside.
• Then push the rivet posts through your rivet on nameplate and attach the rivet caps.
• Tap the rivet caps onto the rivet posts with a hammer until the caps flatten.
How to Clean Your Bridle

Properly caring for your bridle and reins supports maximum performance, longevity your horse's comfort.

After every ride, you'll want to wipe any grime, sweat, saliva and ring dust from your bridle and reins and use either traditional glycerin soap and water or a specially formulated leather cleanser.

Pay particular attention to cleaning areas of your bridle that are typically under pressure during riding and exposed to saliva, such as the ends of cheek pieces and reins where they come in contact with bit rings.

For a traditional and economical method, glycerin soap, a small bucket and a sponge or cloth works great. Barely moisten the sponge with cool water. Unfasten hook stud closures and buckles to remove debris caught by the hardware and to smooth creases in your leather.

After washing, and when the leather feels smooth and clean, rub a nearly dry sponge or rag against the glycerin soap bar. Apply a thin layer of glycerin soap (no suds during this step) to your leather to seal its pores and keep it soft, but not sticky.

Newer methods of cleaning your bridle involve convenient and easy-to-use tack cleaning and conditioning products. Almost every tack manufacturer has a recommendation or product preference for cleaning and conditioning its products, and some manufacturers produce their own. Always follow manufacturer's guidelines when considering commercial leather cleaners and conditioners.

One-step leather cleaners also condition your leather as you wipe away grime. Two-step cleaners usually advise following cleansing with a conditioner that will soften and protect the leather.