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        10-26-2013, 01:37 AM
      #1
    Foal
    What's in your grooming box?

    Hi fellow equestrians I just got my horse and am looking forward to receiving my grooming items from Dover. So I wondered, what do you keep in your grooming box?
    I will be keeping my stuff in a fortiflex grooming tote. I will have a Dover brand hoof pick with brush and a small curry comb. Also a Winner's Circle horsehair soft brush and beastie brush. Then an Oster man and tail comb. In terms of sprays and creams, I will have Farnam's SWAT and Repel-X fly spray. I will have some rainmaker for moisture, some vetrap in case of emergency. Then some Fura-Zone and Thrush Buster (love that stuff).

    What do you carry?
         
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        10-26-2013, 01:45 AM
      #2
    Weanling
    Soft brush, dandy bush, curry comb, rubber curry, sleekaz brushes,hoof pick, hoof oil, comb, mane and tail brush, hair ties.

    And if I can fit it splint boots and a fly veil.
    I've never realized how much I have in my grooming box it's only a small box.
         
        10-26-2013, 09:57 AM
      #3
    Weanling
    My grooming box is kind of a hot mess atm. But I keep 2 curry combs, one flat and the other has bigger nubs, 2 dandy brushes, one hairbrush, braiding elastics, 3 combs, 4 hoofpicks (cause I misplace things a lot) a bag of Crunch, a bottle of baby oil, and a bottle of mane n tail detangler. Usually his brushing boots are in there too.
         
        10-26-2013, 10:28 AM
      #4
    Weanling
    Grooming mitt
    Healthy Haircare spray
    Hoof pick
    Hoof brush
    Soft body brush
    Soft rubber face curry
    Body curry
    Oster mane brush
    Shedding blade
    Scissors
    Bell boots
    Thrush off & toothbrush
    Strong iodine

    ... The last two items are sometimes in my medicine tote (which has stuff like Saline, gauze pads, Well Horse, vet wrap, duct tape, etc.). I also have a separate first aid kit.
         
        10-26-2013, 10:38 AM
      #5
    Super Moderator
    In the beginning I had the basic set of brushes, a curry comb, a Kelly brush, a hair brush, soft and hard brush and some hoof picks.... I think I had some hoof oil and furazone but NOW....

    I have a shelf full of stuff, a bag of brushes... a bucket of brushes... a shelf full of gauze and medical supplies.... I have a three drawer system full of stuff.. Then there is the bin in the basement and the bucket of bathing supplies... the show brushes.... etc.

    You just wait, that little tote of yours is going to be out of control!!!
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        10-26-2013, 10:42 AM
      #6
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by farmpony84    
    You just wait, that little tote of yours is going to be out of control!!!
    Ha ha ha!!!

    Very true!!!
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        10-26-2013, 05:03 PM
      #7
    Yearling
    Dandy brush, body brush, rubber curry, mane/tail brush, large tooth comb, hoof pick, and a syringe of thrush stuff.

    I have my first aid kit is in another bin, but it has gauze, tape, vet wrap, bute, syringes, gloves, Gatorade, Benadryl, antibiotic cream, zinc cream, thermometers, to name a few things.

    As have kits for small repairs, tack cleaning, and miscellaneous things like bobby pins, hair elastics, safety pins, sewing kit etc.
         
        10-26-2013, 05:12 PM
      #8
    Weanling
    Squirt bottle of apple cider vinegar, squirt bottle of koppertox, mane and tail conditioner, braiding bands, pulling comb, hairbrush, small hard brush, large hard brush, small soft brush, large soft Brush, facial curry comb, large round curry comb, magnetic massage curry comb with a jelly scrubby side, two hoofpicks with brushes (one for backup because I am awesome at losing things xD), bot knife, cheap kids hair detangler (doesn't do suat for hair but is great at making bot eggs slide right off), grooming stone, quart of e3 hoof oil (the only kind that I have found that actually works), hair nets (that I never use), riding gloves, extra rein stops, a clip on thingy that makes any halter a breakaway, saddle soap, mink oil, sponge, washcloth, fly spray with coat conditioner, roll on fly repellant for face, blu Kote for my accident prone horsey child, hoof rasp, lip balm, and sinus spray (because I am allergic to everything that moves).
         
        10-27-2013, 03:05 PM
      #9
    Foal
    I have in mine, 2 dandy brushes, body brush, metal curry comb, plastic curry comb, rubber curry comb, face brush, 2 hoof picks, a sponge or 2, mane and tail brush, a comb, scissors and a plaiting kit which has plaiting bands, thread, needles, scissors, and a plaiting comb. I also keep hairnets for riding and gloves and bobbles and stuff. I only use mine at college cause I don't have my own horse so don't need medical stuff and all that.
         
        10-27-2013, 10:27 PM
      #10
    Weanling
    I have;

    Dandy Brush
    Body Brush
    Curry Comb
    Hoof Pick
    Mane & Tail Brush
    Sweat Scraper
    Tail Bandage
    Razor
    Clippers
    Chux
    Mane Comb (for pulling manes)
    Plaiting bands
    Needle
    Scissors
    Plaiting Thread
    Chalk -white & black
    White Cover Creme
    No-Nots
    Top Tails
    World Champion Pepi Spray
    Hoof Black
    Repel-X
    Feed Supplements (for overnight shows)
    Recharge (horse electrolyte)
    Rescue Remedy

    All my first aid stuff is in a separate first aid kit.
         

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