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post #51 of 71 Old 05-10-2012, 10:54 PM
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Ohio
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Slick and easy block
3 hoof picks
Rubber cury
Hard body brush
Soft body brush
Face brush
Sheding blad
Pulling comb
Tail brush
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post #52 of 71 Old 05-11-2012, 10:15 PM
Join Date: Mar 2012
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Curry comb
Grooming mitt
Dandy brush/water brush
Body brush
Face brush
Polo wraps
Treats (6 different kinds... spoiled horse!)
Mane & tail brush
Hoof pick
Braiding bands

I also have a bin in the barn, which has my lesser-used things...

Lead with chain (seperate from my normal everyday one)
Spare riding helmet
Leather cleaning products
Bathing supplies
Spare polo wraps
Spare sponges
Fly protection

May I also mention that both are quite a mess... I need to clean them both out sometime soon!
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post #53 of 71 Old 05-11-2012, 10:36 PM
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Location: Kentucky
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Metal curry comb
3 boars hairbrushes , I did away with all other brushes the natural hairbrushes that you buy for humans is awesome.
Hoof pick
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post #54 of 71 Old 05-12-2012, 02:03 AM
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Location: USA
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Super stiff brush
Semi Stiff brush
Not so stiff brush
Body brush
Super soft dust-be-gone brush
Hard plastic curry
Flower shape plastix scratching curry
Oval rubber curry
Scratching nubby brush (doesnt work for scratching tho)
Hoof pick (I broke one, and lost 3 in 3 years)
Vet wrap
Betadine Solution
Anti bleed/anti septic/anti bacterial stuff (wonderdust)
Uhh.. Scissors
Swiss army knife
Icky gross gunk (dried hoof polish with hair rubber bands stuck in it)
Horse mane bands
Hoof rasp
I used to have my splint boots, and open front boots but it was overflowing. And I used to have a couple bits in there also. Yes.. one horse.

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post #55 of 71 Old 05-12-2012, 02:04 AM
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Oh darn.. Forgot sweatscraper and grooming mit (which I never use).

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post #56 of 71 Old 05-13-2012, 08:06 AM
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Location: Boondocks, Maine
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Originally Posted by caseymyhorserocks View Post
Icky gross gunk (dried hoof polish with hair rubber bands stuck in it)
You have some of that stuff too?! What a coincidence

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post #57 of 71 Old 05-13-2012, 09:42 AM
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I have...

*Dandy brush with long bristles
*Dandy brush with shorter bristles
*Face brush
*Hoof pick with brush
*Hoof pick
*Curry comb
*Sweat scraper
*Mane comb
*Tail brush
*Hand wipes
*Rubber bands for braiding
*Directions to the barn (which I don't need anymore lol)

There's probably more that I'm forgetting.
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post #58 of 71 Old 05-13-2012, 10:09 AM
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Location: Oregon
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Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.... Lets see if I can do this without looking..

lg. curry
reg. curry
knobby rubber curry
rubber curry mitt
2 dandy brushes
soft brush
face brush
mane and tail brush
mane comb
2 hoof picks
bot remover
metal comb
sweat scraper
shedding blade

I feel like there are more but I forget. I have mane bands and conditioner, also fly mitt stuff like that that will not fit in with my brushes, I need a bigger bucket!


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post #59 of 71 Old 05-13-2012, 10:35 AM
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I have two horses, so two brush boxes...

Novas stuff:
Mud brush
2 Not so stiff brushes
1 soft brush
2 hoof picks
1 Mane comb
1 mane/tail brush
1 can hoof oil
1 bottle detangler
1 bottle of braiding spray
fly spray
lead rope
solo comb
curry comb
shadding blade
bottle of shine spray

Jovies stuff:
1 hard brush
2 soft brushes
1 hoof pick
1 curry comb
bottle of detangler
bottle of fly spray
1 bag of carrots
shedding blade

In my show bucket
2 soft brushes
Mane/tail brush
rubber bands
mane pulling comb
shine spray
braid ez
clear hoof polish
hoof sander
hair spray
Hoof pick

In my lesser used stuff bin
rain sheet
Kool Coat
Show bridle
show helmet cover
extra bits
Sport boots
Orange fleece i putt under my saddle during hunting season
Heavy winter blanket..
extra halters/leads

I think thats it. :)

I dont even remember buyin all that stuff
Sheesh LOL!

Im not even gonna put the stuff I have at my house.. and yes I board my horses.
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post #60 of 71 Old 05-13-2012, 10:49 AM
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WELL, In the regular grooming kit I have-

- 2 currys
- metal curry
- stiff brush
- dandy brush
- 3 hoof picks
- face brush
- ointment
- 3 combs
- sweat scraper
- hoof oil
- Braid Banders
- SlickNEasy block

In the WASH box I have -

- shampoo
- conditioner
- 2 was gloves
- water...
- sweat scraper
- baby oil
- scissors
- braid banders
- detangler

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