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post #31 of 32 Old 08-28-2011, 06:22 PM
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OFF topic: this works reaaaaaally well. It's sort of like a curry comb mixed with a shedding blade in the shape of a pretty flower!
One of the school horses I ride loves to roll, the other always has a lot of loose hair. This thing does wonders in getting all the loose hair and dirt/dust out, and they both adore the feeling of it. They stretch their necks and make giraffe faces when I use this. :P I also like this because unlike a curry comb, all the loose hair doesn't get trapped inside, it just forms clumps on the horses backs, that then get brushed away. :)

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OFF topic: this works reaaaaaally well. It's sort of like a curry comb mixed with a shedding blade in the shape of a pretty flower!
One of the school horses I ride loves to roll, the other always has a lot of loose hair. This thing does wonders in getting all the loose hair and dirt/dust out, and they both adore the feeling of it. They stretch their necks and make giraffe faces when I use this. :P
that is so adorable! I want one!
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