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A coarse brush used for grooming a horse.
- ‘Next, use the Dandy Brush. The motion for this brush is like the same motion you would use when sweeping a floor.’
- ‘His face blank, he dropped the dandy brush he was using into Dream's grooming bucket and began to leave.’
- ‘When grooming the off side, be sure to brush the mane with the dandy brush.’
- ‘The dandy brush is ideal for removing mud and sweat from unclipped horses and ponies without removing the essential oils from the coat.’
- ‘The kit should include a hoof pick, curry comb, dandy brush, body brush, mane comb, and towel.’
dandy brush/ˈdandē ˌbrəSH/
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