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post #21 of 25 Old 04-11-2013, 03:40 PM
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Finally got a pick of my groom stuff! Heres all the stuff I keep at the barn. Im working on two groom kits to take of there after they shed out and i clear up Blaze's rain rot. and Yes my groom box is duck taped together! lol
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post #22 of 25 Old 04-12-2013, 07:08 PM
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I don't have any of this stuff yet as I don't have a horse, but here are the things I'm planning on getting as soon as I have the money (and before the horse).

Sullivanís 5í Upright Dolly Showbox:

Of course, I won't want to lug that around all the time, so I'll have a little grooming tote as well. This will just be for when I want to do the big stuff like bathing or get a show-shine. Plus, this might be a better way to keep stuff from being stolen at the place I will board (don't know if it will be a problem or not).

I'll be using some old black aprons from home as well. I'll probably end up with two of everything for "just in case". I'm not really sure exactly what all I need yet.

I'll also be buying one of these if I can, though I really don't think I need it. But it's so pretty!!!

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EquiMedic Professional First Aid Kit includes 83 different products and 864 items in a mobile, lockable caddy. The Professional Kit comes in its own free-standing Stanley Tools "mobile caddy" and includes emergency medical needs for the horse, rider, handler or spectator.

Overall, it's about $2000 for two "items". But both are just so yummy! I'll also have two small first aid kits (one to go in my backpack and one to go with the horse in case we're hurt and apart from each other) and a smaller grooming kit of a hoof pick, a brush or two, ribbons (probably just red and green ones), and perhaps a tail bag or something. Like I said, I'm not at all sure exactly what all I'll need as I've never had a horse.
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post #23 of 25 Old 04-14-2013, 01:22 AM
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Wow, um... I have an old rubber feed tub with a few curry brushes, a face brush or two, and two or three stiff bristle brushes. An assortment of hoof picks and an old sweat scraper. All kicked under the bottom shelf of assorted horsey sprays, ointments, etc. Oh and ALWAYS at least one bottle of show sheen.
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post #24 of 25 Old 04-14-2013, 02:15 AM
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Good lord...I had a grooming bag, but I'm not sure where it went. Now I just have a hoof pick and various brushes, sponges and sprays scattered about my tack locker, with a bunch of braiding bands mixed in the mess! xD
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