All the pretty brushes
I was so excited when they shipped within hours of placing the order and when they arrived I skipped out on my adulating duties to go make my pony pretty. Who doesn't love to try new things? Stinker was not nearly as excited to be drug out of his pasture as I was to drag him. I figured I could bribe him with some food and he would forgive me.
Not the face I was getting.
He was less than thrilled. In fact he was grumpier than usual when it came to grooming. I was a little bummed but chalked it up to him being grouchy. I continued to use the brushes, but he doesn't seem to approve of them. In fact the softest face brush causes the most objection. WTF horse! I don't know if it is a smell thing, because he is weird about his face. Everything has to be sniffed and typically chewed before it can touch his face. I am trying to decide if I will keep torturing him with these brushes or go ahead and sell them. He doesn't appreciate them any more than the cheap brushes and objects more to some of them.
Really not sure about this.
That being said, I adore these brushes. They are everything that SprinkerBandits and $900 Facebook Pony said (minus the fact the my sensitive asshat doesn't appreciate them). Especially the Hoof Brush. That thing is staying no matter what. It is freaking amazing. We have super sandy soil and Stinker wears pull on bell boots and the sand is a pain to clean out. The hoof brush cuts that cleaning process in half at the very least.
So do I ignore my horse's objections and keep the brushes because I want them? Or do my best to recoup my money and go back to the cheapies because my horse has zero taste?