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    10-16-2011, 10:37 PM
  #21
Foal
Pretty much the order I use them - some things like the detangler spray I don't use every time I ride.
- Curry comb
- Dandy brush
- Soft brush
- Hoof pick
- mane and tail detangler
- comb
- hard bristle brush
- scissors
- fly spray
     
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    10-18-2011, 08:00 PM
  #22
Started
Oh boy.. don't know most of the brands but here I go!
1 plastic curry
1 rubber curry (rarely used)
2 Super stiff brushes (one long bristled the other short bristled)
1 Epona Dandy Brush (kinda stiff)
1 Medium Brush (not body or dandy brush)
1 Body Brush
1 Finishing Brush (I keep vetroline shine on it and I use it on dusty spots)
1 Comb (tie dye!!)
1 Brush (the type for mane/tail)
1 BRIGHT Orange Hoof pick
1 Metal emergancy hoofpick (actually in first aid box but whatever)
Cowboy Magic Detangler
As well as other non grooming items:
1 pair open front boots
1 pair splint boots
1 pair of Scissors
1 pair of leather gloves (for removing brambles from mane, tale, and pasture!)
For A grand total of..... 17... Wow.. We should have a contest on here!! : )
And I know I have stuff im forgetting. I also have bell boots, 4 regular boots (the kind that wrap around cannon bone and fetlock), and polo wraps.
And .. It would take hours to list my tack..
     
    10-21-2011, 01:18 AM
  #23
Foal
This is a very basic kit. My dad takes my stuff sometimes to use on calves. So half my stuff is lost... Ugh. This won't be in order though...
1 metal curry comb
1 dandy brush
1 "little back pocket brush"
1 finishing brush
3 different sizes of mane bands for braiding to make the mane kinked for shows
1 hoofpick with brush
1 rubber scrubber with sparkles

I can't think of anything else...... :/
     
    10-21-2011, 02:01 AM
  #24
Yearling
3 curry combs.
2 soft brushes.
2 hard brushes.
2 tail brushes.
1 mane brush.
1 sponge.
1 bottle of no-knots.
1 face brush.
3 hoof-picks. [one thin purple one, one thick purple one and one colourful shiny one]
A bag of little rubber bands for plaiting.
And usually a carrot as well haha.
     
    10-22-2011, 02:54 AM
  #25
Foal
Rubber curry brush
Stiff dandy brush
Soft flick brush
Oster mane and tail brush
Cheap plastic comb that I never use
Hoof pick
Metal curry comb
Mane and tail conditioner
Shapely's MTG
Scissors
Wisker clipper razor
Cordless trimmer
Nolvasan ointment
Swat
Avon skin-so-soft oil
Bronco fly spray
Tape measure
And I keep her splint boots, ankle boots and bell boots in there so I don't forget them.
     
    10-22-2011, 03:00 AM
  #26
Foal
What would be really fun would be finding out what's in all our first aid kits! There's lots of stuff in there.
     
    10-24-2011, 12:29 AM
  #27
Weanling
It would be easier to tell you what I don't have in my grooming kit.

Which as far as I can think is hoof picks.

Now missing from my tack room however is a fitted saddle pad that fits my english saddle, a bit that actually works on my horse, an english girth that actually fits the pony, a hunt coat that isn't 6 in. To short in the sleeves, etc.
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    10-24-2011, 05:58 PM
  #28
Banned
Soft brush
Mud brush that's only used in winter
Rubber curry
Metal round curry used in spring to help them shed
Hoof pick with brush
Mane and tail brush
Fly spray
A rag
Iodine
Rasp
     
    10-26-2011, 12:18 AM
  #29
Weanling
All I have is:
Rubber curry
Medium brush
Finishing brush
Hoof pick
Hair bush
Detangler spray

I have tried to have more brushes LOL but they just never seem to stay on hand. I end up using the same few brushes all the time. Plus with the lovely curiosity that miss Zanna has, if I set it down where she can get to it, it disappears!
     
    10-26-2011, 04:13 AM
  #30
FOF
Foal
I have several kits that I bring to different barns that I ride at (just to avoid spreading nasty skin fungus). But each kit must have this minimum:

-coarse curry (love the unigroom curries!)
-shedding blade
-really stiff body brush
-long "flicker" brush
-synthetic bristled dandy
-soft (preferably goathair) dandy
-oster hoof pick (or a knock off version)
-scissors
-hoof brush/scrub brush
     

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