AUTOPLAY
Groom Your Horse
9 steps
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What you’ll need
Curry Comb
Buy
Tail Brush
Buy
Hard Brush
Buy
Hoof Pick
Buy
Soft Brush
Buy
Curry Comb: break up any dirt by going in circles. Remove loose dirt and hair by going with hair.
1. Curry Comb: break up any dirt by going in circles. Remove loose dirt and hair by going with hair.
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Use this technique all over, taking extra care to look over places your equipment will sit.
2. Use this technique all over, taking extra care to look over places your equipment will sit.
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The curry lifted the dirt to the surface. The hard brush will remove it off the body
3. The curry lifted the dirt to the surface. The hard brush will remove it off the body
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Sweep away loose dirt with the hard brush over the whole body and legs while checking for issues.
4. Sweep away loose dirt with the hard brush over the whole body and legs while checking for issues.
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Use the soft brush in long, soft motions to smooth out the fur.
5. Use the soft brush in long, soft motions to smooth out the fur.
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This brush is the quickest, as it does the least dirty work. Include the head and legs.
6. This brush is the quickest, as it does the least dirty work. Include the head and legs.
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Use the pick & brush to carefully pick the crevices around the ‘V’ (frog).
7. Use the pick & brush to carefully pick the crevices around the ‘V’ (frog).
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Get dirt from under shoe, compacted dirt or rocks can cause issues in the hoof and create lameness.
8. Get dirt from under shoe, compacted dirt or rocks can cause issues in the hoof and create lameness.
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Always brush a tail from bottom to top to get the tangles out & to pull out less hair.
9. Always brush a tail from bottom to top to get the tangles out & to pull out less hair.
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Thanks!