new grooming kit

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    10-24-2007, 06:19 PM
new grooming kit

My grooming kit has seen better days, and is now completly falling apart! :( so im off to the saddlery to get a new one! Does any one have any amazing, but un heard of grooming bits and peices that I could add? Especially one that will help me thin out my horses mane!

Thanks from me, and from polly! Im sure she will appriciate anything that helps her shed the hair and get through the schorching Auzzie summer!
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    10-24-2007, 06:44 PM
Definetely get a mane pulling comb. It's usually metal, and has little razor sharp thingys inbetween the comb things.....that was a weird description, I'll post a link.....

There ya go...that will definetely make your horse's hair less thick. Just get someone to show you how to use it.
    10-24-2007, 07:29 PM
Well for scrapy thingy one you can get for about $8 from Saddleworld or Horseland its like got sharp teeth on it and is bent into like a curved thing which you can undo it and use it straight. It really works too!!!!

Am I making sense??


That dosnt surprise me!!!!

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