Curry comb


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Curry comb

A comb used to comb dust and sweat from horses. It is comprised of several rows of metal teeth attached to a metal backing.
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Packed into this sumptuous case are all the accessories a rider could need (brushes, mane comb, curry comb, cover etc.
99), which comes with a dandy brush, curry comb, hoof pick, comb, hoof oil can, mud/sweat scraper, towel, spray bottle, and a grooming tote bag to keep everything organized.
As she brushed the compact horse with a curry comb, Baker exuded over Merle's color, temperament and intelligence.
Some of the horses got their tails bobbed and manes roached - the equine equivalent of a "mohawk" haircut - to get rid of hair so tangled a curry comb couldn't begin to cope.
I picked up the curry comb and began brushing him out.
Hayes Otoupalik deals in strictly original items, including hard-to-find items like a Civil War era Blakeslee "Quick Loader" 10-tube Spencer cartridge box, Civil War and Indian Wars period cavalry carbine slings, pre-1887 full dress helmet horsehair plumes (lemon yellow variety), 1860s cavalry curry comb, U.
Chloe rubs Betty's coat in circles with a curry comb to loosen the scruff--dirt and dried sweat.
The best tool in training a horse is a curry comb, not a whip or spur.
My sister and I would sit on the screened in porch and remove the husks and the seed from the cotton while granny would clean it by pulling the mounds of cotton through two curry combs.
Once a place to buy saddles and curry combs, King's now focuses on western clothes for the cowboy in all of us.