|nicole25 ||08-03-2011 12:43 PM |
Plastic Curry vs. Rubber Curry
I use both, I prefer the rubber but my TB gets a bit of a sway back sometimes when I use a rubber curry even though I think it is more gentle then the plastic one.
Whats everyones opinions on these things? What do you prefer?
|A knack for horses ||08-03-2011 12:48 PM |
I use rubber and metal currys depending on the extent of the dirtiness. I prefer rubber but if the horse has dried mud caked on their legs and belly, I'll gently use a metal curry to get the majority of it off, then switch to the rubber curry for the remainder.
|Alwaysbehind ||08-03-2011 12:53 PM |
Yes. My answer is yes.
I use whichever curry type device I happen to get my paws on first. Sometimes it is the grooma, sometimes it is a cheap-o plastic model, sometimes it is the rubber type with the little teeth on the edge.
|DejaVu ||08-03-2011 12:57 PM |
I mainly always use the rubber. I'm not sure if I even own a plastic one.:think:
I also have a metal one, to gently scrape off mud, if it's really caked on.
|jess522 ||08-04-2011 12:53 AM |
I only use a rubber or metal one as the others above have mentioned.
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