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Billy Royal® Mckenzie One Ear Show Headstall

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Overview
Billy Royal® Mckenzie One Ear Show Headstall
A Standout Headstall in the Show Ring
A Standout Headstall in the Show Ring
The Billy Royal® Mckenzie One Ear Show Headstall stands out in the show ring with its beautiful stamped silver plate detailing on the earpiece and cheeks. The two-tone leather over the crown with silver dots and hand-tooled leather cheeks with square silver plating gives the headstall an attractive appeal. The one-ear piece is designed with silver tubes and ferrules and is lightly oiled with a dark inlay crown.
Key Benefits
Cast Silver
Cast Silver
Silver trim is cast vs hand tooled which allows for a more economical silver headstall piece is hand etched, engraved to reflect as much light as possible in the show pen.
Concho Bit End
Concho Bit End
The bit end has a silver ball with lacing that is sandwiched between the cheek leather for stability. The ball feeds through a slot in the cheek for easy bit changes. No Chicago screws to lose.
Attractive Cheek Buckles
Attractive Cheek Buckles
Hour Glass shaped cheek buckle with silver keeper and top. Cheek buckle size: 1 3/4" x 2"
Semi Custom Fit
Semi Custom Fit
Headstall measures 42" (bit end to bit end) with 4" adjustment on each side to fit most horses' heads.
Free Silver Sleeves®
Free Silver Sleeves®
FREE Silver Sleeves® Headstall covers with the purchase of this Billy Royal® Show Headstall - keeps your silver looking shiny and brand new reducing the amount of time it takes to clean your silver.
Store in padded zippered bridles bag out of the dust and light.
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Silver Care

We use sterling silver plate on all of our Western show equipment. Sterling silver plate will keep its beautiful shine for years and years and requires the same amount of cleaning and care as sterling silver overlay.

All of the silver has a lacquer coating to protect the silver from air born tarnishing agents. If the silver should start to turn a yellow or gold color or becomes brittle and appears to flake, that is just aging lacquer. It is not defective. The lacquer just needs to be removed and is easily removed with silver polish or sprays. Once the lacquer is removed, routine cleaning is necessary.

Your silver should be wiped down after each use and polished on a regular basis to keep its beautiful high gloss shine. It is important to immediately wipe down any silver, such as Romel reins, that come in direct contact with the horse’s body, to eliminate the buildup of dirt and sweat. We highly recommend Schneider’s Silver sleeves to be used between use. The Silver Sleeves are infused with an anti-tarnishing agent and are wrapped around the silver pieces. Any brand of silver polish or spray can be used for routine cleaning.

Any brand of silver polish will quickly remove any built up tarnish. It is best to use sprays on larger areas and creams or wipes on smaller areas.

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