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Preferred brush??

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        12-28-2007, 06:54 PM
    I am a brush freak. I have so many grooming tools, and my horses are always spotless. People tell me all the time that my horses are so clean you can eat off of them. You don't really need to have any special kind of brush to get your horse to have a nice coat. It's just important that you groom regularly and keep your brushes clean.

    I use a metal curry all the time, but the kind I use isn't available in the US, you have to get them in Europe. I have a rubber curry too, but my guys just love the metal one because it really gets all their itchy spots. It makes their hair very smooth and shiny.

    My favorite tool isnt a brush at all though, its a damp towel. I wipe my gueldings down with a damp towel each time I groom them to get ALL the grime out of their coats.
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        01-05-2008, 11:56 PM
    Originally Posted by lakotalegend15
    and there are always brushing aids, like show sheen that make the coat really shiny and detangle the mane and tail, but find one without silicone, because it dries out the hair!

    ( sorry to make two posts!)
    well, I like to use this:

    It smells great, is all natural, and doesn't dry out the coat, or have silicone in it!
        01-05-2008, 11:59 PM
    (sry to post twice)

    I really like this brush (

    It flicks off all the dirt reallly easily because the bristles are so long! I have been having soo much trouble grooming my black pony Magic because the dirt just never seems to go away!

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