World Equestrian Brands is having a great sale on Vespucci bridles and strap goods from today until 3/31st. I have no need of one but I just bought some (horse) boots from them and the discount prices are GREAT!
The code worked for me, but when I took the thing I had out of my cart, put in a new one and tried the code again, it said the code could only be used once. So be careful what you add to your cart, because that discount does go away!
Holy cow - THANKS!!! I got a fancy stitched leather halter (yay for having a big-headed horse that can wear oversize) and a horse size square raised hunter bridle in brown. Both for just under $200, includiing shipping. Can not WAIT to get them and see the bridle. (Hope square raised instead of padded with fancy stitching is not TOO big of a fashion faux pas in the show ring!)
This is AWESOME! My ancient stubben is falling apart and I just started buying new 'pieces' for it! I was in the tack shop today to try and find an o/s plain raised noseband-$95!!! Thank goodness I waited on that one! I just bought a plain raised Vespucci for $91!!!! Awesome!
Where are you? I use kinek.com and ship to Wellesley Island then pick up. If you really, really want one I'm happy to have you ship it to "me" and I'll go get it then ship to you-PM me if you want. Extra cost to you would be shipping from Kingston-ish to you, $5 for the pick up and likely the 13% if they make me go in and pay duty. Not sure when I'm going overnight next.
"Those who know the least often know it the loudest."
What is "dual" crownpiece? I can't tell from the pictures. I am only interested if the crownpiece is traditional. Do you think that is what "dual" means?
Since a monocrown is the one piece type, I would think the dual means it is two piece or traditional type where you can remove the noseband.
I loved the Vespucci show bridle that I had, but it did stretch quite a bit (with very little use since it was for show). The cob was a really nice fit on my warmblood with the QH looking head (short in length, broad at the brow, and sometimes hard to fit!) when it first came, but stretched just enough I had to punch holes to make it fit after that. Sure was a pretty bridle, anyway!