Asked in Farm Animals, Care of Horses, Horses
In what order do you use a curry comb a soft brush and a dandy brush to groom a horse properly?
for what purpose would you use a body brush on a horse
In what order do you use the curry comb dandy brush and soft brush to groom a horse?
1st - You use the curry comb in small, circular motions which will do wonders to loosen dead skin, hair & dirt and bring it up to the surface. 2nd - Use the Dandy brush (or stiff brush) to brush away heavy dirt, and all of that hair and dead skin that you loosened up with the curry. 3rd - Finish with a soft brush, which will coat your horses hair with the natural oils in his/her skin and give them a...
Asked in Horses
What order must curry brush dandy brush and soft brush be used to groom a horse?
well you use the curry comb to get the muck of the horses coat then use the soft brush then use the hose, shampoo or conditioner or the fly cream. after use the sweat scraper to wipe off water and dry it with a towel then body brush and finally dandy brush to brush the tail. dont forget to use the mane comb for the mane and the face brush for the face. ...
Asked in Ford Mustang, Care of Horses, Horses
What do you use to groom a horse?
There are many different items to groom a horse with. Probably the most essential one is the hoof pick, which is used to remove debris from the horse's hoof. There is the currycomb, which is used in circular motions to loosen dirt and shedding hair from the horse. There is also a metal currycomb, which is used to clean other brushes, NOT the horse! There is the dandy brush, which as long and stiff bristles. Be careful not to use this...
Asked in Shetland Ponies
How do you groom a Shetland Pony?
The same way you groom a real horse. If its in the winter like right now, you take a curry comb and brush him/her down. Then just brush their mane out with a brush. If you know how to groom any horse, then that's how you would groom a Shetland Pony. ...
Asked in Cleaning, Care of Horses
How you clean a horse?
There are lots of ways to clean a horse. One way is to use a curry comb, dandy brush, and/or hard brush. You can also use a sponge and water or a cloth. Another way is to use a hose, though some horses are afraid of them. The most common way is to fully groom a horse. ...
Asked in Care of Horses, Zebras, Arabian Horses
In what order do you groom a horse?
First you use the curry comb, which loosens the dirt, then you use the hard brush which gets all of the dirt off. Then use the soft brush, which makes the coat shiny. After that you can brush their mane and tail. ...
Asked in Care of Horses, Essays, Horse Isle
How do you groom a horse?
First you get a brush called the curry comb and brush the horse in small round circles to get itchy hair off, then you use a different brush to go in streaks left to right/corner to corner on the spots after you used the curry comb, finally you take a special stick to pick the dirt out of the horse's hoves ...
Asked in Care of Horses
What groom should you give a stabled horse?
depends what time of year it is, if they are stabled all of the time: If it's winter, it is safe to groom them with a dandy brush as a body brush takes some of the oils out of it's coat which they need for warmth, If it is spring then they will be loosing their coat, so dont brush them too much or they will loose it too quickly and get cold. If it's summer, you can brush them...
Asked in Care of Horses
What is a curry cumb for a horse. And what does it look like?
A curry comb is the first tool used when grooming a horse. It can be in various sizes, and it looks like an oval shaped tool with rubber or plastic spikes coming out of the one side. MAKE SURE that when you groom your horse, though, that you use your tools in this order. Curry Comb, Dandy Brush, Soft Brush, and then the Hoof Pick. The curry comb gets all the dirt and dust out of a horses coat, then the...
Asked in Care of Horses
What do you groom a horse with?
What you use to groom a horse will vary slightly depending on if the horse is mostly clean to begin with or if it's quite dirty. Typically most grooming sessions begin with a rubber curry comb, that is followed by a dandy (stiff) brush, and then a body (soft) brush, and a hoof pick. Other brushes can be used in-between the dandy and body brushes, these may include a medium soft/stiff brush, and a flicker brush. Another brush called a finishing...
What order do you groom a horse in Curry CombSoft Brushor Dandy Brush?
horse lovers be careful brushing a horse, Answer: First you use your curry comb to get all the dirt, dry mud, and hair loosen and out. Next you use a dandy brush or hard brush to get all the loose dust, hair, and mud off. Then last, you use a soft brush to get the top layers of hair clean and make the hair look healthy. It U want to brush your horses face U should also use the soft...