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    01-19-2011, 11:00 AM
stuff i need in the barn !

So I am going to LEASE my very first lease awwwwwww so now that I awwwwwwwwwwwwwwed ........ what are your favorite stuff at the barn you cannot live without ? Be it treats , showsheen anything and maybe like the brand if you know it , okay so yeah and ........ I want to know what to get for her like just because my mom might pay for one month and I will pay for one but I am going to have money left over if I am lucky maybe like 100 or so ! So nothing tooooo expensive oh and for your horses not you not like blah blah paddock boots
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    01-19-2011, 04:13 PM
Congrats! Well my horse likes peppermint treats. And you will need a good curry comb I like jelly scubbers, and you will need a hard brush ( anything from is GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) and a soft brush. A good hoof pick and mane and tail brush (oster is great) and a good detangler( cowboy magic is good). And a great book is the ultimate guide to pampering your horse. It is my favorite (my horse's too!) and happy pampering!!!!!!
    01-19-2011, 04:28 PM
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MTG, Fly spray, Bute, Banamine, Anticeptic spray, and treats... those are my must haves....
    01-19-2011, 04:58 PM
I talked to them and they have grooming supplies and fly spray so yeah but I will buy some peppermints and some treats and I will look up the book ..........
    01-19-2011, 05:13 PM
Bute, garlic, purple spray, full grooming kit inc a hair brush, a set of banadages, a hood.
    01-19-2011, 05:15 PM
Leather conditioner!
    01-19-2011, 05:33 PM
If you are showing, Vetrolin Shine. Saved my butt when I pulled the cooler off my lease horse at the finals last October only to discover he was covered in dust. -.- Not fun.

Plus, a good rubber-coated hoof-pick. This could be considered "frivolous," but considering how often I pick Sasha's hooves, having a hoof pick with a soft handle is a must. Duct tape works well for padding up the handle, too. But a good curry comb [I agree with a Jelly Scrubber,] a hard brush, a soft brush, and possibly a wide-toothed comb for manes+tails are what you should be looking for. Natural-bristled [not nylon] brushes work the best, but can be expensive. You may also choose to have a rag [an old dish cloth works well] to rub the horse with.

Have fun with your lease!
    01-19-2011, 05:59 PM
I just go to the dollar store get
-a people hair brush
-baby powder (if your horse has white spots) or it's good to absorb sweat on hot afternoon & your deodorant is wearin off lol
-baby detangler
-baby oil (for shows)
-spray bottle (or two!)
-"raid" or "off" bug spray for humans. It works better here!
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    01-21-2011, 11:20 PM
Clippers (if you plan on showing) and they don't have to be huge. The little rechargable ones wrok great.

Rubber bands

Vet wrap just in case.


The best BEST, mane n tail brush is oster, the round one with the blue handle.

Show sheen. Cheap, and works wonders. Its better than using baby oil.

MTG (must)

I suggest having an extra halter and bridle in case they break.

Extra gate chains and latches

Toliet paper. (if you have to go in a stall XD)
    01-21-2011, 11:35 PM
I have a list!

-My Professional's choice SMX Air Ride Saddle Pad
- My Saddle
- Bridle
-Curry comb
-Hard brush
- Helmet
-Half chaps
-Absorbine Green Fly Spray (LOOOOOVE it!)

Oh.. and my horse(: Of course!

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