Horse Grooming Supplies ListList of horse care products
When you don't know how to use a razor correctly, please check out this tape before trying to care for your horse with one. Equine cleansing jam for cleaning your horse. Ensure that you do not use any product that could damage your horse's hide. View Trident Saddlery's Horse Shampoof products for man and horsehead.
Welding scrapers to clean the horse's post-wash waters. Pack pocket to store all your cleaning utensils in one place.
Checklist for indispensable care products
The composition of a base care set for your horse is part of a good equestrian art. Your horse's day-to-day care gives you the opportunity to look around for sores, problems with the hooves and general well-being. Each horse should have its own care set so that the illness does not propagate from one horse to another.
Here is a list of the most important care products we have in stock: If you only have one horse, you will probably find that you need more than one care bag to transport your supplies. A lot of folks like one bag for regular use and another for swimming utensils. Rigid bristle bodily brush: Eliminates debris and clumped silt.
Bristle bristles for your body: Is used as an end scrubber to eliminate dirt. Face bristle bristles: Only used on the face of the horse. Select a broad-toothed crest and you are less likely to fracture the hair. Hoof-scratcher with brush: You can use the pick/brush combination to pluck your horse's hoofs and then clean away the rest of the residue.
Make sure you find a gentle hair conditioner that does not dehydrate your horse's hair. It is used during swimming and will help to eliminate grime and soil under your horse's fur. Stain removers for bright coloured ponies are used to wipe off difficult to clear lawn and fertiliser spots. Is used after swimming to eliminate surplus moisture.
To keep your horse's hair in order, simply insert a single puller or use one of the special working implements. Radiator: In the cold season you should keep your horse cold after swimming to keep it hotter and drier. Gives your horse's fur a last shine.
If you do not show your horse, shearing machines are well suited for small tasks such as whiskers. This is not a care treatment, but you will find that insect repellent goes along with the day-to-day care routine during the summers. When bot-birds are the standard in your area, you need one of them to get rid of them.
Covers:: Rugs are used for many purposes: Wintersheets keep your horse hot in bad conditions and are a must-have when you shorten your horse. Handkerchiefs keep your horse safe from bugs indoors. Each of these different types also help to keep your horse tidy.