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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The products in the 6-SKU line are a bristle brush, gentle slicker brush, slicker brush, shampoo massage brush, curry comb and a metal pin brush.
cross ties, where a girl in muddy boots circled a curry comb, where the
Start rubbing a rubber curry comb in circles down your horse's neck from his ears to his rump, but not his legs.
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.
And a couple of mornings ago, as I ran the rubber curry comb in slow circles over our mare's thick winter coat .
Likewise, using a thick curry comb, followed by a brisk brushing, will also stimulate skin and superficial epidermal/dermal blood flow while removing sweat and dirt.
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.
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.
The best tool in training a horse is a curry comb, not a whip or spur.