Beautiful Brushes

What’s in your brush box?

Every horse owner likely has more than a few brushes, but a couple of key favorites. I know I do.

What do you reach for first, when you grab a brush to polish your horse?

Once I’ve used the shedder blade and the rubber curry comb, I usually pick one of these special brushes to finish grooming my horse.

I like the Wahl Professional Equine Face Brush and Equi-Woodback Natural Face Brush too, as they’re somewhat gentler.

For mane and tail, my current top pick is the Oster Equine Care Series Mane & Tail Brush. I like the grippy handle.  

Maybe it’s time for me to clean those brushes and leave them in the sun to dry.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi there, found your blog through the A to Z challenge list, and I'm so glad I did.
    Right now, my go to brushes are, in order, shedding blade, curry comb, dandy brush, then my lovely flick brush. Pony is moulting like a beast at the year I'm going to clip him for sure!




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