Different Horse BrushesVarious horse brushes
Equine care instruments
Wash your horse's foot every day, before and after the ride. Shell Block/Grooming StoneThis coarse, lightweight rock will help eliminate lose fur during the shell period and can also be used to eliminate tacky butterfly worms from your horse's leg. Minimizes alopecia and fracture. Brushes with synthetic needle brushes are kind to your husband's and tail's coat. For swimming and stain removal.
Apply a large foam for the torso and a smaller foam for the face. It is also possible to use a seperate pad for cleansing under your horse's back and between its backs.
Essential elements of a maintenance set
There is a need to maintain your horse on a regular basis, not only to keep it tidy, but also to make sure it is in good health and unharmed. Every horse should be cared for, or at least checked, every single morning, even if you are not riding. Throughout the years, many new horse boxes have been launched that horse lovers have the feeling they only need to buy for their ever-growing cleaning boxes.
Below, however, we have outlined the main points that each care bag should contain: Skin care bag - a flexible bristle hair bristle that is used to remove hair, head, mane hair and tails from dirt and scabs. Not to be used on grassy or grassy horse as they remove too much of the oil that keeps a horse hot and clean. Current combs - the metallic grade is used to clean the horse's skin scrub.
Plastics and gum curry comb are also used for this but can be used on a grassy horse to clean away dead sludge. Dendy bristle bristle comb - a tough bristle comb used to clean away strong debris, dead sludge and perspiration stains. It' most useful on a grassy horse.
Not to be used on a cut horse, a horse with delicate skins or any other face as it is too hard. Foot scratches - is used to remove the foot. When you get the kind with the brushes opposite the pimple, it is also useful to clean the outside of the hoofs. Boot oils and brushes - to lubricate the hoofs to keep them from cracks and crevices (usually in summer) or too much humidity (usually in winter). Crows and ridges - usually for drawing and plaiting menes and ridges.
Crests should not be used to untangle cocks when they are breaking hair. Massaging pads - are used to mass your horse's muscle, especially after training, and to stimulate blood flow (see bands below). Scots - You will need at least two pads. Eye, nasal and snout cleansing and docking cleansing. Weld scrapers - to eliminate excess moisture or perspiration.
They are not used in daily care. Electric bristle bristles - a smooth bristle bristles that moistens the hair and tails and washes the legs. Horse stalls should be thoroughly cared for every single working week. Horse kept on lawns do not need so much care because too much care removes the natural fat in the horse's fur.
Fat will help keep them hot and sober. Once a week you should rinse your care set in hot soap lye. After washing the denim bristle you should immerse the brushes in cool tapa. Keeping your care products tidy is important as you cannot keep a horse cleaned with soiled brushes.
Prior to starting to prepare your horse, it should be properly restrained as described in the preceding article Correct horse handling. Don't try to care for a horse that is loosely attached to a box or shed. When you keep them in their barn, be sure to clean all foods, liquids and pails to avoid them becoming polluted with dusts and soiling.
We have four different kinds of care. Wherever you take care of a horse, make sure it feels good at all hours. On both sides, before changing the cover, you should scrub the front hand, then you should scrunch it over the front hand and scrub his back. It is a fast and easy way to get rid of stubborn spots and to make it showable and neat enough to drive.
When your horse is shorn, use a prickly pear instead of a bristle because it is not so hard. The accommodation is sufficient for a grass-cared horse. The care is more efficient when the horse is hot because its open pore structure makes it more comfortable. Complete care is not advised for grassland riding horse as it will remove too much of the fat that keeps the horse hot and sober.
It is a type of massaging that is used to strengthen and strengthen the horse's muscle in the stable through systematic work. Not to be used on an unsuitable horse as the muscle is not powerful enough for a powerful massaging. At the end of the working days, a stable horse should be stroked slightly when adjusting or changing it.
It' the period when you also take the excrement out of his stable and clean up his bed linen to make him comfortable overnight... choose his legs - take his legs one after the other with the top of the foot. Speak to him first, then face his dick.
Begin with his front legs and guide your hands, nearest to his back, down the back of his legs. Trap and rest his legs under the coffin. Select the shoe from the bottom of the shoe to the toes, avoiding the soft triangle (the frog). In order to take up the back footstand next to his waist with a view of his cock.
If he raises his foot, put your hands under the inside of the heel. The most well exercised horse will predict the next stage, which you will have to collect from him and lift slightly. Knock on the boot to make sure it is not slack. Dendy Broom - For a grassy horse you should use the dendy broom anywhere on his bod to clean off dry sludge and baked debris.
Begin the survey on the leftside (near) side and work your way through your whole length and thighs. Don't stroke delicate areas too thin. In the case of a stallion or scissor horse, the Danish Dance Breast is only used where its fur is long. By introducing the elastic and synthetic combs, some individuals have preferred to use it in the place of care. Hand towel - this can be used on a barn or scissor horse instead of the dendy broom to eliminate stubborn spots, grime and sud.
They can also be used on horse with delicate skins. Personal hygiene and grooming - the personal hygiene and hygiene of a stable horse. It is used to eliminate debris, dusts and scabs from the hide. Stem combs are used to keep them neat and tidy. Begin with the hair.
Toss the mahne to the other side where it would normally be. Scrub the comb and the uncovered throat. Slowly retract the hair and cross it through each section. As soon as the mahne is finished, work on the remainder of the throat and go down to the shoulder.
A few lines and scratch the scrub up against a harrow to purify it. If you are caring for the horse's right side, the horse's right side should have the horse's right side and the horse's right side with the horse's right side. Apply the torso bristle all over the horse, incl. the leg.
You can also use the torso bristle on the top and forehead. Scrub the face and you'll tie off the horse. Loosen the holster and place it around the horse's neckline for a while. Holding the guide wire with one of your hands, stroke his face softly with the other one. You can also use the side bristle on the cock.
In case the tails are very entangled, use your finger to pull out the branches before stroking. Do not use a metallic pin on your cock as it will break your hair. As you brush your cock, place yourself on one side pointing backwards. A sponge - moisten one of the pads and wash its eye, nostrils and snout, then wipe it with a soft cloth.
Use the other swab to sweep under its cock and the area of the wagon. It is a good suggestion that the pads have different colours so that they are not confused. You must be wiped clean at regular intervals. Electric cleaning cloth - use the electric cleaning cloth to "lay" your hair and tails.
Immerse it in a pail of boiling hot tub soda and gently massage off the surplus. Moisten all lost hair on the mahne. It can also be used to put the hair down on top of the cock. That would be the period when you would put on a dressing if needed. Foot Lotion and Paintbrush - if your legs are neat and dried, you can colour them with foot lotion.
When a horse is officially tested, this also contributes to the overall picture. Though we all do, it is not advisable that you clean your whole horse. When you need to clean your horse, it must be stuffed for about a whole weeks until the oil returns. You should thoroughly scrub the hair with the scrubber before you start washing it (see scrubbing section above).
Washstands are becoming increasingly fashionable and make it much simpler to clean your mahne. When you do not have direct contact with a laundry area, you can use a hot tub and a large foam or scrubber. One way or the other, moisten the mahne thoroughly, beginning at the withers. When using a tube, first guide the fluid onto the horse's front bone and move its shoulders progressively up to the ankles.
Draw the forehead lock back through the ear to connect the tip of the mahne. Apply a damp cloth or squeegee to allow the moisture to enter deeply into the mahne. As soon as the mahne is thoroughly damp, use a gentle product and work it into the mahne. Once you have rinsed the whole of your mahne, thoroughly wash it off, beginning with the vote.
Make sure that no liquid or liquid gets into the horse's eye or ear. Ensure that the running waters are clear and free of debris. You can use the wiper to wipe off surplus moisture from your horse's throat. It gives the hair a smooth, fleecy look, but doesn't work well if you are planning to weave.
However, as already stated, this is simpler if you have a laundry area but can still do it with a pail and a large foam or scrubber. Just as with the mahne, make sure that the tails are thoroughly crossed out with a bodybush before washing.
Moisten the end thoroughly, either with the tube or by dipping into the can. It is important that you know your horse well and how it will respond before performing any of these techniques. Wherever a horse's horse's back is thoroughly moistened, they usually strap on lightly with their hind limbs and look as if they are falling over.
Using hot bottled running hot is less likely as it will not be too much for the horse. Once the cock is fully moistened, shave and thoroughly wash off. Use your hand to push out surplus bottled running hot or cold and carefully swivel the cock to eliminate the rest of the bottled running hot or cold.
Sometimes, however, it is necessary to eliminate surplus sludge. Apply the hot bristle bath using the hot bristle bath. With your finger on your palm that holds your feet up, push it into the recess in your shoe to avoid moisture ingress. When you really need to clean your horse, make sure it's on a hot sunny morning when it won't get cold.
Begin with the mahne and work your way down on one side. Moisten, clean, rinse and use the wiper. End it with his dick.