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.
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.
A pounds 250,000 investment in cutting-edge technology has placed an historic Walsall company on course for record production of its world-leading brand of horse grooming brushes.