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    08-07-2011, 06:30 PM
For shows:

Hoof pick
Hard brushes
Finishing brushes
Medium brushes
Curry comb
Jelly scrubber
Mane 'n tail shampoo
Mane 'n tail conditioner
Mane 'n tail detangler
Clear and black hoof polish
Baby powder
Baby oil
Baby wipes
Shedding blade
Combs-all different types/thicknesses
Oster mane brush
Fly spray
Show sheen
Whisker razors (LOVE those things!)
Powdered gloves
Rug hook
Hair clips
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    08-07-2011, 06:55 PM
Mine probably has too much in it but here goes. (This is the one that stays in my trailer)

Slick n easy blocks
Stiff Brush
Face Brush
Finish Brush
Mane & Tail comb
Rat tail comb
Hoof picks
Chamois cloth
Cotton balls
Rider's rasp
Gerber tool (multi purpose tool)
Fly Spray
Show Sheen
Orvus Shampoo
Whitening Shampoo
Oxy Clean
Wound dressings & ointment
Vet wrap
Saline Solution
Baby Oil
Hoof Black & Clear
Disposable Razors
Corn starch & toothbrush
Various colors of shoe polish to cover scars

Curb Chains
Chicago Screws
    08-07-2011, 07:22 PM
Green Broke
I have a pretty basic kit.

-Jelly scrubber
-Medium brush
-Hard brush
-Mane and Tail comb
-Hoof pick
-Fly spray
-Mane and Tail sheen spray
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    08-09-2011, 11:44 PM
Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmm not much actually...

[Grooming Kit][*]Face Brush[*]Body Brush[*]Curry Comb[*]Mane Comb[*]Tail Brush[*]Hoof Pick

[Bathing Kit][*]Mane N' Tail Shampoo[*]Mane N' Tail Conditioner[*]Body Sponge[*]Whitening Shampoo
    08-10-2011, 12:32 AM
In this order....

Jelly curry scrubber (face on one side, body on the other.. and it has glitter!)
Laser Sheen spray
Big wooden body brush, medium strength bristles
Blue handled metal shedding blade (for cleaning my brushes!)
Oster hoofpick in green
Hoof Marvel spray (hoof moisturizer)
Mane n' Tail Detangler
One air stuffed hairbrush (the kind you push and it decompresses.. the ones you used when you were little to brush hair)
Pyranha Flyspray
Swat! In clear
Copper 65 (i think..) spray on sunscreen (for his lovely pink nose)
Tissues and baby wipes, for his nostrils, around his ears, eyes, and face

I need more stuff though.. like a comb and rags and hair elastics, etc.
    08-11-2011, 02:52 AM
Originally Posted by MoodIndigo    
In my pink main grooming box:

- Rubber curry
- Dandy brush
- Body brush
- Baby Wipes!!!
- Hoof Pick with brush
- Fly spray bottle
- Mane comb
- A few loose mane pulling tools
- A few loose studs I think.... haha oops!
- Leather punch
- Water brush
- Face brush
- small bottle of Banixx spray since Indy always gets beat up!
- COOOKIEEEESSSS (Indy is THE cookie monster!)
........Then I do have a metal shedding blade - BUT most people don't know this but you aren't really supposed to use this on a shedding horse - or any horse period. It's used to clean your brushes.

...Then I have a separate small grooming box for pony club rallies because they are Nazis about clean brushes!
Hey my ponys name is indy and she's always getting beat up too
    08-11-2011, 09:36 AM

Hoof pick
Face brush
Face curry
Hard brush
Rubber Curry
Long Bristle curry
Dandy Brush
Soft Brush
Mane n' Tail Brush
SLick n' easy blocks
Fly Spray
Show sheen
Hoof conditoner
Socks, Rags, Paper Towels
Pulling comb
..... Well that's all I can think of

And then in the feed room we have all our treats, Medicences, Leather care, First aid, and whatever else. And at the wash rack we hae our Shampoos, Conditoners, Sponges.
    08-11-2011, 10:17 PM
My grooming kit that I use daily has...

- Dandy Brush
- Body Brush
- Face Brush
- Curry Comb
- Rubber/Jelly Curry Comb
- Hoof pick
- Mane Comb
- Scissors

I think that's it... I have a grooming trolley full of equipment for all sorts of accessories and that for extra grooming... but I like to keep it very simple. If I was a person who got out a bit more than I have in the past, I probably would be more interested in grooming tools and equipment. But as long as Honey is clean, I don't mind :)
    10-16-2011, 07:11 PM
Just the essentials I leave at my barn!

Curry combs
Rubber curry combs
Flick brushes
Soft bristle brushes
Hoof pick with brush
Hair shredder
Fly spray
Mini wheats (maple flavor of course)
    10-16-2011, 07:26 PM
I couldn't live without mine!!!

Grooming kit:
fly spray
sweat scraper
hoof pick

I think that concludes my list. Great thread. :)

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