currycomb

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currycomb

a flat toothed device used like a brush in grooming horses, principally for removing debris such as caked mud. Made usually of metal or hard rubber. Used in combination with a dandybrush or bodybrush.
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Established in 1786, Vale Brothers specialises in the manufacture of horse grooming brushes, for which it holds a Royal Warrant, as well as riding whips, rein grips and rubber horse boots.
Horse grooming and tacking instruction for women who want the whole experience.
The day's tasks included dung spreading, chicken feeding and horse grooming.
Sister Corrina, meanwhile, chose a horse grooming set, some cuddly soft toys and a pair of glittery cheerleader's pom-poms.