These are best used to clean other brushes and remove horse hair accumulated on

These are best used to clean other brushes and remove

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skin. These are best used to clean other brushes and remove horse hair accumulated on saddle pads. Brushes Medium or Stiff Bristle Brush Sometimes referred to as a dandy brush, this basic brush is good for general purpose grooming to remove dirt and dust from the coat. Synthetic bristles are durable and easy to disinfect, while natural fiber bristles are very effective. A medium brush works well for the majority of grooming needs. Select stiffer bristle styles to tackle tough jobs like dried mud and sweat or a thick winter coat. Use care with the firmer brushes and avoid sensitive or bony areas such as the legs and
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face. Soft Brush Soft bristles are gentler enough to use on the legs and face, as well as the rest of the body. Ideal for sensitive, thin-skinned horses or as a finishing brush. Body Brush This short-bristled brush removes fine dust and dander from your horse’s skin and coat and really brings up a shine. Face Brush A small, soft face brush fits in the palm of your hand and easily navigates the contours of the face while giving a gentle groom. Sheepskin Mit Soft wool fleece buffs your horse’s coat to a natural sheen . Other Grooming Tools Hoof Pick Clean your horse’s feet daily, and before and after riding. From simple sturdy metal
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