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  1. Horse Grooming
    Hey Guys! I've recently met a lovely old farmer who, due to the recent loss of his wife and crippling arthritis, has not been able to properly care for his horses. I'll be riding and training his horses, in exchange for yard work, which is sort of a win win. Unfortunately, these horses have not...
  2. Horse Grooming
    I'd like to build up my grooming kit and what better time than Christmas :smile: What are your favorite grooming tools? Bonus points if you post a link. Thanks!
  3. Horse Grooming
    I haven't ridden many greys in my time, but I recently took the plunge, buying my first horse, a gorgeous grey mare. Although she has dapples on her rear, as well as dark grey legs, the majority of her body is 'white'. In the attempt to keep her mud-free I bought a knock of magic brush which I...
  4. Horse Grooming
    I have used many, many tools in my grooming kit down at the stables but this tool ( http://bit.ly/2pdpydL ) is by far the best I ever used. Comes in 3 different sizes 2.5" for small animals such as cats/ guinea pigs and rabbits, 5" for dogs or 10" for horses. My dogs and stable friends love it...
  5. Horse Grooming
    I have a QH/Morgan X and I would say her longest tail hair reaches her fetlock joints. However, she tends to rub her mane and tail and it's very uneven and some parts are only a few inches long. I'm looking for a product to help grow out my horse's mane and tail so that it's more even for show...
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    Hello! I have a question for y'all:) I own an Appendix Quarter horse who is more towards the thoroughbred side. Her mane is VERY then but it is long and I was wondering on how you could thicken it up without supplements? I brush her mane and tail out once a week and apply a detangler made by Cow...
  7. Horse Grooming
    For my old horse, Chester (a bay), i just bought some brushes at a farm store near my barn, but I'm getting a new horse, a palomino, and this time I want to get some really nice brushes. I need some suggestions on the best brushes for shine and ability to get rid of dirt. Any specific brands or...
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    I have two of them. Each tried once. $10 each shipped OR both for $15 shipped (Lower 48 United States only). PayPal Accepted only.
  9. Horse Grooming
    My boy is currently out in a paddock/agistment that has black soil and although he is a medium coloured bay he still gets really dirty. He is rugged most of the time and is not a show horse ( so no reall primping and preening needed) , I would just like to give this boy of mine a big clean up...
  10. Horse Grooming
    So my quarter horse, Koby, has a beautiful, long tail that I have to trim every so often because it drags on the ground! Everyone at my barn is in love with his beautiful tail....his mane however is a different story. It is short (pretty thick) and not soft at all. Before I bought him his owner...
  11. Horse Grooming
    Hey guys! Does anyone have any tips on getting a horse's dull, winter coat to have more shine in it? I have a friend who has a horse that she's taking to a horse show at the end of the month, but his coat was looking a little dull, so I wanted to give her some suggestions on what she could do to...
  12. Horse Grooming
    My Tennessee Walker has a really short and ratty mane. We moved him from a bad barn a while ago and he had HORRIBLE worms. They're all gone now and have been gone for a while, but his mane still remains fizzy and broken. Any products that would help? I already use MTG for the mane growth once a...
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