It's a fact that working with sub-standard grooming tools in your horse tack trunk will produce a sub-standard result. Poor quality and worn out brushes and horse grooming tools will also cost you more time and more labor to produce a good result.
Every brush has a defined job to do, and there is an order in which to take on the task of grooming your horse. Most folks start out with a mud brush, followed by a dandy brush clean and then the soft body brush will pick up the remaining scurf to produce a lovely shine. Grooming is very good for your horse as it relieves stress, can add muscle tone, releases oils onto the coat to protect him from skin diseases and bugs, clean him to prevent girth sores or other sore points. It also gives you some great bonding time and you will learn every nook and cranny of your horse and know immediately if he has suffered an injury or has a swelling or health issue.
The Horse Studio online tack shop stocks a huge variety of brushes and grooming tools with an explanation on each of its purpose. It is also important to use the right size brush to fit your hand so enjoy shopping British made Champion and Hill Brushes, budget friendly bright colored brushes for the kids, bath tools, German made Haas brushes too.