Brushing your horse removes dirt, loose hair and dead skin cells. It is not a tedious job at all to be busy with your horse. Your horse often loves being brushed and you prevent him from rubbing under the saddle or bridle because there is dirt underneath. Use different brushes for a proper polishing. You start with a curry comb to widen the dirt and loosen the hair. Make sure you do not use this brush on the legs and head. Then use a stiff brush to brush away all loose hair and dirt. You brush the legs and head with a soft brush and also remove the last dirt and hair with it. Last but not least, you can wipe away the remaining dust and make the coat shine beautifully with a sheepskin grooming glove.