OK, so the curry mitt was a major disappointment. It's not truly a mitt the way it looks in the pictures, it's only one sided and there is a strap for your hand plus tiny little cups to slide your four fingers into. Nothing for the thumb. Not sure how well it will work. The nubs are what I wanted though, more curry like, less like a bath scrubber, so would get more hair. Will test tomorrow...
Ditto the spray, will test tomorrow. Bottle is way smaller than I thought. Rechecking the site, it doesn't say how many ounces the bottle is, but it's smaller than the standard fly spray/Show Sheen size bottle.
Glow in the dark bell boots . The rubber seems flimsy and soft, so probably wouldn't hold up to a true over-reaching horse, esp with hind shoes, but the velcro straps are pretty amazing. More adjustable, not just one wide band. I got home from work around 830pm and put them in the bathroom with the light on until about 1030 or so. Very bright!! And when I got up at 245 to pee...still bright!! Dead this morning, but still.
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Those glow in the dark bell boots would probably send one of my horses over the edge. He spooks at duct tape on the wall...put glowing things on his feet and he'd probably flip over!
I did have one horse that lost it the day I had to wrap both front feet. He'd gone for a bone scan and they pulled his shoes, so I wrapped him up at home so the rock paddock wouldn't tear his feet up too badly until farrier could come. He didn't notice the wraps until loose in his paddock, then went snorting and running backwards, scared to death of his OWN FEET! If I had put glowing boots on him, he'd probably have just laid down and died. Dork.