|Material||Rubber||Plastic||Rubber||Rubber||Rubber, Synthetic Fabric, Nylon|
|Brush Type||Bristle Brush||Bristle Brush||Bristle Brush||Bristle Brush||Bristle Brush|
Pretty much as described . Good stiff brush for mud and other gunk on your horse but not do stiff as to be irritating.
It worked well for summer times when there wasn’t as much dried mud but in winter the brush doesn’t flick as your would want so it spreads it around i would say if you want a clean horse get a 2 dollar dandy brush from a feed store
But I like natural bristles better. I think they brush better than nylon. I really like the shape of this brush. Easy to handle
I like the brush design. It has a nice grip that makes it easy to hold while using. However, the very first time I used it, clumps of the bristles fell out. Very disappointing.
Bought this to groom my Great Dane’s but, it is clunky and awkward the bristles are to soft and they do not like it!!
Bristles are nice and stuff and get the job done for our 3 horses and 1 multiple. Good brush to have.
I apologize in advance for the appearance of this review. In all their infinite wisdom, the web designers at Chewy decided that we should not be able to split reviews into paragraphs, so I'm adding the only spacing that I can. ______________________ I absolutely love the Oster line of grooming tools, and cannot recommend them enough. Before life got in the way, I was working on a ranch every weekend, grooming upwards of a dozen horses a day. With bad joints and carpal tunnel, normal brushes were murder on my hands. Enter Oster and their line of ergonomic grooming tools! ______________________ The rubber grip on the brushes is very comfortable and makes them so much easier to hold. The bristles on this brush are great for pulling out all kinds of dust and loose hair, especially the deeply-ingrained dirt, but can be a little too stiff for thinner-skinned horses. I primarily use it while they have their thick winter coats. I've had mine for probably a decade and they have held up great. I'm only now ready to get a new curry comb, and that because I started using it on my dog and the teeth have worn down. ______________________ Try this brush for winter or thick-skinned horses, but get the medium brush if your horse is more sensitive. While we're at it, get the soft brush to put on a beautiful finishing shine. And get curry combs for your horse and your dog. Your hands and your animals will thank you!