Wednesday, October 9, 2013

My Favorite Brush

Equerry Boomerang Dandy Brush
As I was grooming the horses the other day I realized I’d have to get another Boomerang Brush because the one I’ve been using for the past few years is wearing out.  I thought I’d share this brush with you if you haven’t already heard about it. 

I use this brush after I curry and it’s really all you need for body and legs but sometimes I use a finishing brush afterwards, if I have the time. I don’t use it on face, manes or tails because I have different brushes I prefer for those jobs.  The Equerry Boomerang Dandy Brush is curved and fits ergonomically in your hand so there’s no cramping in your fingers and it’s comfortable to use.  The outside feels like rubber so it’s soft to the touch.  The brush contains fiber that is fitted at an angle to provide a stiff brush in one direction and a softer one in the other.  Generally, I turn it over to the softer side for the legs. It’s not harsh on the horse’s coat and is excellent for removing mud and dirt.

If you’re interested in just checking the brush out or purchasing one here are some links:


I’m going to order one for each horse so they don’t have to share anymore. 
Dusty seems like a pink brush to me… Blue is blue… Donnie is gray…

Until next time
Quote for Today
Grooming: the process by which the dirt on the horse is transferred to the groom.


  1. I like that brush too...totally agree with today's quote. :)

  2. Thank you for sharing this brush info! I'm always ready to try out new brushes - my three boys have such ticklish spots that most of the time I have to use just my fingertips -gently. The soft side of this one looks promising!

  3. Definitely pink for Dusty. Love the quote too!

  4. I've never seen one of these - looks wonderful! So... they need to add more colors so I can outfit my herd. :)

  5. Looks like a really neat brush. I like the ergonomic concept, especially.

    Dusty is definitely pink!!

  6. Hi There, I think this is a great brush especially for the older or disabled rider. Is the only source for the brush- the UK? I am asking because of the added costs - duty, currency exchange. I am always on the look-out for products that assist people to keep riding no matter what.

    1. Hi Paula,
      I actually found this brush in a tack shop near me so some tack shops may carry it. I don't know if they had to order it from the U.K. though. I purchased it so long ago I can't remember what I paid for it either. Sorry but that's about all the info I have for now.


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