As a horse lover you become happy when you know that your horse is happy and healthy. Logical, and that is why you can go to MHS Equestre for all the clipping and cleaning equipment you need to provide your horse with all its needs.

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As a horse lover you become happy when you know that your horse is happy and healthy. Logical, and that is why you can go to MHS Equestrian for all the shaving and cleaning equipment you need to provide your horse with all its needs.

Shaving equipment

In the fall the fur of a horse changes. He gets a thick coat that is hard to get dry after a good workout. Due to the many long hairs, the coat dries hard. This can be prevented by shaving your horse. Shaving is something you have to take your time for and becomes easier when you have done it several times. A good shaver is half the battle. Also the necessary dose of patience is recommended, especially when it is the first time you shave your horse.

A properly working shaver with sharp blades is important to easily get through the fur of your horse. You also prevent the device from snapping into the fur. At MHS Ruitersport you can choose from different models of shavers and accessories. You will find both shavers with a battery, devices that operate on mains power or devices with both options.

You can also come to us for we have various razors, oil for maintenance of the device and extra tools such as a battery charger. In this way you extend the life of your shaver and achieve optimum results.

Cleaning stuff

To be able to care for your horse daily, brushing is essential. In addition to keeping your horse's fur nice and clean, you also build a bond with your horse at the same time. Brushing is also good for your horse's blood circulation.

Never forget to brush your horse before you start working. This is especially true for the places where the saddle, bridle or harness are located. It is important to remove dirt, dust and hair to prevent sores and abrasions from creating sore spots or irritated skin.

Different types of fur and stains require different brushes. If your horse has been rolling heavily in the mud, it is often more convenient to use a firmer brush. If you only want to brush your horse's fabric, then a wonderfully soft brush will do just fine!