I don't have favorites...I love them all!
My grooming bag: Round tooth rubber curry:
For day-to-day dirt. Good for sensitive horses. Pointy big-tooth curry:
Good for stubborn dirt and bringing dead hair OUT. Gives a massage to horses, but sensitive horses don't like it. Curry mitt:
GREAT for faces, but doesn't do well on the body. Stiff haired body brush:
NOT PLASTIC! It works really well for whisking dirt away, but the plastic ones are only good for cleaning buckets and things. Soft body brush:
Good for faces, light dirt and a "sheen." Round shedding blade:
Unclips to become bigger. Great for shedding season and cleaning brushes (helps them do their job better.) "Slick and Easy" grooming blocks
: OMGMAGICBLOCKS. They're GREAT for getting stains off white horses and getting a really nice sheen on a clean horse. It gets EVERY BIT of dirt off the horse. (Very useful before barebacking.) Braiding bands:
For braiding....500 for a dollar from the drug store. Human Paddle Brush:
Perfect for manes and tails and doesn't pull hair out! These
: They're awesome at what they do and don't scare horses that don't like a normal electric shaver near their face.
Can you tell I like grooming? Well...I do. A lot. I have a problem. Heeee.