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post #1 of 6 Old 08-04-2012, 11:25 PM Thread Starter
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Horse tack bag

I was wondering if anyone knows any good travel grooming bags. It doesn't have to be actually designed for that purpose. I am looking for a soft bag; not wood or hard plastic. I want something that closes in some way - whether it be drawstring or zipper - so I can throw it in my car and now have to worry about things falling out.
I would prefer it not be a backpack, and would like something small, or as small as possible for carrying around basic tack. I would like it to be able to hold two spray bottles and your basic supplies (curry comb, two brushes, hoof picks, sponges, cloth, scraper, comb.. as I said, basic grooming supplies).
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welcome to the forum. I use a luggage bag, small for that it works good

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post #3 of 6 Old 08-05-2012, 01:58 AM
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A small toolbag from the hardware store works great, it has pockets inside the top opens wides and easy to carry we've been using one for years
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I use a nylon doctor style bag, that I think is like ledge's tool bag. The top zips, opens wide, and has something rigid in it that keeps it open. It has pockets inside and outside, hand straps and a shoulder strap. I keep ringside products in one, and general products in another.
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I have this, its got a drawstring at the top and all the pockets have a string of elastic which is great for combs and bottles!
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