- Firm, stable shape;
- Many different colors and sizes;
- There are also extremely stable models that can also be used as a climbing aid;
- Large compartment, usually there is also a low, removable compartment (for smaller parts such as braided rubbers, hoof picks, etc.);
- Carry handle in the middle of the cleaning case.
- Flexible and soft material, the shape of the bag is kept stable by a solid base and a kind of hoop at the top;
- Small “feet” on the bottom of the bag for good stability also prevent the bottom of the bag from wearing out from the outside;
- Many different small and large compartments on the outside of the cleaning bag;
- Large compartment in the middle with a small “key compartment” on one side;
- Cleaning bag can be easily closed and the contents protected from dirt and grime;
- There are handles and a strap that can be buckled to carry the bag; you can use it, for example.b Very easy to take with you anywhere at tournaments;
- They come in all sorts of colors and sizes.
What is my conclusion?
I have to admit that I have become a big fan of the cleaning bag! I've had quite a few cleaning cases and my pony Daggi has been through them all! :o)
Daggi lost a circus pony! He always found it particularly great to try out anything and everything. Unfortunately my cleaning suitcases didn't find it particularly exciting!
The problem is that I often misjudged the distance from Daggi to the cleaning case and I quickly went away to get something and hey presto, he was standing on it again :o)
Daggi thought it was great and super funny every time, but the cleaning case not so much - it had a real kink in its appearance and I ended up throwing it away.
Of course, every now and then Daggi tries to “scrap” the cleaning bag, but since the material is soft and flexible and my brushes are fortunately very stable (Animalon quality?) - nothing has happened since then more broken!
So from my experience I can definitely recommend the cleaning bag!!! ✨
You can not only store horse brushes in these two models, but also a lot of useful things such as:b:
- Tail & Mane Spray
- Care oil
- Wound and healing ointment (my pony man Daggi needs a lot of this because in our herd, he is in an open stable, the ladies wear their pants! ?)
- Mane elastics (especially if you are a tournament rider)
- A tick tweezers! (It has proven itself many times!)
- A pair of scissors
- And a lot more…
I put all of these things neatly organized in my cleaning bag. I always have everything at hand and am prepared for any situation! ??
Which brushes do I really need for my horse?
But now we come to the most important content of a horse grooming bag, the grooming supplies! There is nothing here that doesn't exist!
But what is right for you and your horse now and above all, what do you really need and what is superfluous?
If you don't need some brushes, you can of course also select your brushes individually and put together your “own set”.
However, the cleaning supplies you should definitely get for your horse are:
What cleaning supplies you ultimately want to add is entirely up to you! All I can tell you is that there is a lot of space in a cleaning bag like this! ?