500ml – Trigger spray – a setting spray for holding in place all day.
Designed to set and hold quarter marks and brush designs in place all day ensuring a perfect final finish. Will hold brush designs in place all day without leaving a sticky residue and even when taking rugs on and off. Apply liberally to area that requires marking. Use comb, slicker or brush to apply markings. Re-spray over final marks. Allow to dry.
This Narrow Headed (18 teeth) Quarter Marking Comb is perfect for marking up with smaller squares or diamonds, and will help create perfect sized quarter marks quickly and easily, especially on smaller horses and ponies.
Measures 2.2 cm wide
Made in the UK
Smart Grooming products are designed to be great value, and really useful and this is an essential for any show kit.
This handy little brush has multiple uses, it’s ideal for putting in quarter marks or “Hunter Marks” when quarter marking show/competition horses, as well as removing shedding hair, bedding and dirt from velcro straps. It can also be used to revive sheepskin numnahs.
Soft on coats and ideal for brushing dogs and cats as well as larger animals.
A selection of combs, perfect for marking up with squares or diamonds, and will help create perfect sized quarter marks quickly and easily. This set comes packaged in a small jute bag for easy organisation.
The Narrow Headed (18 teeth) Quarter Marking Comb - Perfect for smaller horses or ponies, or to create intricate detailing to any markers.
The Standard (28 teeth) Quarter Marking Comb - Ideal for any size markers,
The Fine Toothed (52 Teeth) Hunter Mark Comb - perfect tool to use when creating hunter marks.
These Quarter marking stencils from Smart Grooming, are a fun/professional way to brush or spray a pattern on to your horse's hind quarters!
Quarter marking Brush / Spray Stencils are made from heavy grade rubberised vinyl they have a magnetic backing and so when not in use can be stuck against a steel panel inside the horsebox or trailer for easy storage.
Like the traditional quarter marking templates they work in the same way and can be used to build up a symmetrical pattern on the horse’s coat.
You can either brush them on to the horse's coat the traditional way making a discreet pattern, or for a bit of glam or to make a statement, and spray the pattern in colour.
Alternatively brush the pattern in, remove the quarter marker and then lightly spray over the pattern with glitter (silver spray) - it really catches the sunlight or spotlights if you are competing under lights.
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