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    10-28-2013, 06:22 PM
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I been looking around for a grooming kit that has matching brushes. (i'll give an example at the end) I live in Canada and not every online store ships here and some that do the shipping is terribly over priced. I'm just looking for a nice grooming kit with all the matching brushes. And it doesn't have to come with a grooming bag/tote. Also I looked at greenhawk and they had some but didn't have all the matching brushes and some seemed really poor quality. Thanks in advance :)

Just a side note the brush in the photos is not exactly what i'm looking for. I'm open to tons of different opinions. I only put one brush and the hoof pick on because there wasn't a picture of them all together and it would have taking a long time to upload them all.
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    10-28-2013, 06:54 PM
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You can try at early's farm and garden... they have a lot of grooming stuff there. I got a couple sets of grooming stuff their. Pretty cheap too. I got a 7 piece set with a grooming tote for $60 and a 7 piece set with no grooming tote for like $20. They also have brushes you can buy separately, with cool designs on them for good prices.
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    10-28-2013, 10:44 PM
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I been looking around for a grooming kit that has matching brushes. (i'll give an example at the end) I live in Canada and not every online store ships here and some that do the shipping is terribly over priced. I'm just looking for a nice grooming kit with all the matching brushes. And it doesn't have to come with a grooming bag/tote. Also I looked at greenhawk and they had some but didn't have all the matching brushes and some seemed really poor quality. Thanks in advance :)

Just a side note the brush in the photos is not exactly what i'm looking for. I'm open to tons of different opinions. I only put one brush and the hoof pick on because there wasn't a picture of them all together and it would have taking a long time to upload them all.
Ebay sometimes has great grooming kits of brand names. They are few and far between and they are at regular price. As long as you are ok with the price then you take a look there.
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    10-30-2013, 07:41 PM
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Foal
I got mine off of Amazon and this is the kit that I got
I love it and the color blue is really nice :)
Http://www.amazon.com/Derby-Originals-Ringside-Horse-Grooming/dp/B00CRGSC5U/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1383172824&sr=8-3&keywords=horse+grooming
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    11-01-2013, 04:18 PM
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Foal
Thanks to everyone!!! Sorry the reply was late but I did see your replies before writing this they came up in a email on my phone and I usually only reply on my computer. Again thanks to everyone I don't know which one I'm going to choose yet they're all good! :)
     

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