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post #11 of 16 Old 04-25-2008, 12:34 PM
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Shampoo - Rio somethingerother
Conditioner - Rio somethingerother
Detangler - its in a bottle, pink color, mix w/ water
Show Sheen - Pepe
Soft Brush Oster
Hard Brush Oster
Hoof Polish None; whatever the tack store has
Hoof Pick I don't know...
Curry Comb Oster
Mane/Tail Comb Oster
Mane/Tail Brush Oster
Clippers - I used my trainers before the last show and they were so dull that they left checkerboard marks all over his body!
Spot Remover cowboy magic
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post #12 of 16 Old 04-28-2008, 02:02 AM
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Shampoo i have been using a hydrating shampoo that works REALLY well. although its kind of expensive.
Conditioner the same.
Detangler mayonnaise! it works GREAT
Show Sheen this new stuff in a maroon bottle, i forget the name of.
Soft Brush this pretty blue brush i won at a gaming event.
Hard Brush oster's hard bristled brushes.
Hoof Polish any black hoof polish works for me.
Hoof Pick my barrel saddle came with one in a little pouch, i've stuck with it since!
Curry Comb i have been using this shedding curry and it works great!
Mane/Tail Comb any REALLY hard bristled comb.
Mane/Tail Brush any paddle hair brush works good.
Clippers oster clippers that i have work awesome!
Spot Remover i have this really neat stuff that i forgot the name of, but its green and in a squirt bottle.[/img]

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post #13 of 16 Old 04-28-2008, 09:07 AM
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I use whatever is available. haha. I do prefer rubber curries over the plastic ones, These are my favorite:

I also loove my shedding block!
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post #14 of 16 Old 05-04-2008, 01:39 AM
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Detangler-Eqyss Survivor
Show Sheen-N/A
Soft Brush-Goat hair brush
Hard Brush- Winner's Circle Beastie Brushes
Hoof Polish- Fiebing's
Hoof Pick- Vale Soft touch
Curry Comb- Dutch Horsefriend RC Curry Brush
Mane/Tail Comb-Oster
Mane/Tail Brush-Oster
Clippers-Oster powerpro ultra clipper
Spot Remover-Cowboy Magic Green spot remover
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post #15 of 16 Old 05-07-2008, 01:18 PM
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Shampoo- Suave (for people) - volumizing
Conditioner - Suave (for people) - volumizing
Detangler- Cowboy Magic works well, but I generally use my hands
Show Sheen-I like Vetrolin shine
Soft Brush- nothing beats a rag/towel for sensitive areas and polishing!
Hard Brush- Decker Med/Stiff brush for kids - fits my hands!
Hoof Polish- for shows - Kiwi shoe polish + hairspray; for "moisturizing" - Rainmaker
Hoof Pick- cheapy - with no brush on the end!
Curry Comb- I like the rubber ones - and a good ol' shedding blade!
Mane/Tail Comb-same as below
Mane/Tail Brush- no such thing...haha I use my fingers
Clippers-Oster powerpro ultra clipper <-- Ditto!
Spot Remover-Quic Silver

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post #16 of 16 Old 05-12-2008, 11:33 AM
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Shampoo whal deep black or citrus.
Conditioner Cowboy magic.
Detangler Baby oil.
Show Sheen Aerborne
Soft Brush goat hair natural body brush.
Hard Brush robinsons dandy brush
Hoof Polish keratex
Hoof Pick folding so can take it anywhere
Curry Comb rubber
Mane/Tail Comb metal
Mane/Tail Brush human flat brush
Clippers Thrive
Spot Remover cowboy magic.

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