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post #11 of 15 Old 12-09-2010, 12:57 AM
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Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Some times Llanelian - North wales, sometimes Hull in East Yorkshire (UK)
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be warned I have a rather serious list of crap that I take to every show.We show at a high level and I show several ponies so use every single bit of it.

Whal dirty beastie shampoo
Tesco's ownbrand shampoo
Fairy liquid.
Chalk powder
Canter mane and tail detangler (Carr, Day and martin)
Absorbine show shine
Supreme products sparkle
Supreme easy plait
Supreme white cover magic spray.
Supreme glistening oil
Supreme hoof paint in black
Supreme hoof paint in clear
Supreme Gloss black make up (for round the eyes)
Supreme Matt black makeup (for covering up scars or marks)
Supreme Matt brown makeup
Supreme Matt white makeup
Supreme Highlighter gloss (for ponies who dont wear coloured makeup)
Hair spray
hair gel
Supreme quater marking comb
woolen mit
tack cleaning kit
Clippers for last minute touch ups
plaiting thread in 3 colours
Plaiting bands in 3 colours
Needles
Hoof polish aerosol (Lynn Russel)
Hoof putty.
Silver metal paint!
squeegie
Makep for humans

I think that is it on the chemicals front,I take a rediculas amount of stuff and need to cut down.

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post #12 of 15 Old 12-09-2010, 05:46 AM
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Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Shetland, Scotland, UK
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Mine isn't that long.
Lincon horse shampoo
Lemon fairy liquid
Lincon coat shine
Mane and Tail conditioner (what ever brand my mum happens to get)
Hoof shine (doesn't work unless the hoof has oil so will need to invest in hoof oil)
Cloth for rubbing in the coat shine.
Lots of brushed (Body brush, mane and tail comb, mane and tail brush, Face brush, rubber curry comb and plastic curry comb) (will buy a sweat scraper at some point)
Oh and I forgot to add plaiting bands (for the shetlands they get their manes and tails plaited to and from the show)(next year I will be showing my big mare she will posiblely be getting plaited or showing we will see).
Think that is about it.
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post #13 of 15 Old 12-16-2010, 03:05 AM
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Location: New Zealand
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Wool and needle for braiding
Wig of black (to cut off to make fake plaits for where her manes rubbed)
black hoof oil
Ravens oil (legs)
Curash powder for socks
black and clear makeup and multiple rags (Face Eyes nose)
Gloves (ZRubber) for me
wool mit
baby oil (For baby oil baths)
Show sheen or similar (everywhere)
hairspray (hooves after black)
bands (Tail plait etc...)\

im sure theres heaps more
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post #14 of 15 Old 12-16-2010, 03:16 AM
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Location: Australia
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For preparing:

Konkhes Own Kleen Sheen (Shampoo)
Any human conditioner
Hi-Shine Hot Oil

On the morning of the show:

Absorbine ultra hoof black
More Hi-shine
Black chalk
More Hi-shine to add sheen to makeup on face
Ultra finishing spray wiped on with a woollen mitt
Spray on black chalk for legs and to cover up scars/blemishes
Top Tails in the tail

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post #15 of 15 Old 12-19-2010, 08:53 PM
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- Horseman's one step leather cream (best tack cleaner/conditioner ever)
I love that stuff!!
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