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    05-23-2009, 11:05 AM
Green Broke
2 Hard Brushess [ 1 for summer one for winter]
2 Soft brushes[ 1 for summer one for winter]
1 tiny face brush
2 hoof picks
1 Jelly scrubber
2 rubber curries
1 small tube of neosporen for those small quick fixes
1 bottle of MTG
1 bottle of fly spray
1 mane and tail brush
1 mane comb
1 shedding blade
1 Slick N' Easy block!

Wow 17 things

OH YEAH and a whole crap load of dirt on the bottom!
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    05-25-2009, 04:01 AM
Well I'm doing this from memory since I haven't groomed my horses in awhile - broken leg and all.

So strictly the grooming box here goes:
- 2 Dandy Brushes
- 2 Body Brushes
- 2 Rubber Curry Combs
- 1 Plastic Curry Comb
- 3 Varying sized mane combs
- 3 Hoof Picks
- Scissors
- A few rubber bands
- A sponge

Then I have a bucket of wash gear, a first aid box, and anything else in my storage box.
    05-29-2009, 10:26 PM
-3 rubber curries
-2 hard brushes
-1 soft brush
-1 face brush
-2 hoof picks
-1 lead rope
-1 mane comb
    05-30-2009, 07:00 AM

1-dandy brush
1-body/face brush
1-rubber curry
1-hoof pick
1- tail comb
1- mane comb
Millions & billions - hair bands
1- small bottle of baby oil
1- small baby powder thing
4- threads - white, black, gray & brown
3- needles
1- hoof oil applying brush & container (with oil in it)
1- plastic curry

& that's all I can think of. I just put my grooming box all together ready for a show next weekend. Usually it's all mixed up in the shed with friends brushes etc.
    05-30-2009, 08:47 AM
-2 hard brushes
-2 soft brushes
-1 flicker brush
-curry comb
-tiny face brush
-show sheen
-2 hoof picks
-mane and tail brush
-ticked off (love this thing)
-mane and tail gel detangler
-grooming block
    05-30-2009, 10:03 AM
Green Broke
Haha, this could be tricky to remember! We ended up buying a big plastic toolbox to keep it all in.
  • 5 hoofpicks
  • A pulling comb
  • A big plastic comb
  • An Oster mane/tail brush
  • A rubber curry
  • A plastic curry
  • Two dandy brushes
  • Two body brushes
  • Scissors
  • Braiding elastics (different sizes)
  • A shedding blade
  • A sweat scraper
  • A height/weight measuring tape
We have big plastic trunks for the rest of our products like MTG, liniment, shampoo, etc.
    05-30-2009, 11:06 AM
Green Broke

*2 hoof picks
*3 mane/tail combs
*2 curries
*2 hard brushes
*1 soft brush
*Hoof "dressing"
*Cowboy magic
*1pr rubber bit guards
*braiding elastics
*Sweat scraper
*Lunging(SP?) Rope
*Riding gloves
*Bug ROLL ON reppelent
*3 carbeaners (HAHA)
*Shedding blade
*Mini face brush
*Height/wight tape
*Bell boots
*Jumping boots

Like, 30 items...jeez!

That's all I think.....lol
    05-30-2009, 11:14 AM
Well last time I looked:

- Rubber curry comb (in blue )
- Stiff brush
- Medium brush
- Soft brush
- Small face brush
- Mane & Tail brush
- Hoof pick (with a little brush, yay )
- Sweat Scraper
- Sponge
- An old piece of doughnut O.o (yeah I threw that out xD)
    05-30-2009, 11:33 AM
In my grooming box I have:

- Rubber Curry Comb
- Hard Bristle Brush
- Medium Bristle Brush
- Soft Bristle Brush
- Finishing cloth
- Various towels for cleaning eyes and nose
- Show Sheen
- Mane Comb [the little metal one you use to pull manes with]
- Mane/Tail Brush
- Scissors for trimming
- Hoof Pick
- Hoof dressing
- Sweat Scraper
- Sponges
- Shedding Blade
- Fly Spray

And I think that's everything!
    05-30-2009, 10:01 PM
Pardon me for asking, but what is a jelly scrubber???
I've never heard of it before! Lol

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