Reviews: Winner's Circle grooming brushes
"I must admit I used to think all grooming brushes were much of a muchness in quality till I received my Winner's Circle prize. These brushes are so much more effective at getting right into the coat which is invaluable at this time of year. They look to be very well made so I expect I'll be using them for a long time. I'll never buy a cheap plasticky Dandy brush again."
Unsolicited review from J Milton, winner of Winner's Circle dandy brushes in an Equitrader competition
"The girls seemed to regularly argue about who would be using them... The bristles are hard-wearing and they wash well. Appreciated on the yard by both me and the girls, but most importantly the horses.
Caroline Powell, independent Tried & Tested review in Equine Magazine, May 2015. See full review here
"I bought this brush a few years back - I needed a good natural stiff brush for grooming my horses. I like that it has stayed in great shape for the 4yrs. that I have had it and is still going strong. It is really a great all-around brush. You can use it on a horse with a summer coat/clipped coat and it isn't to harsh, but you can also use it on a horse with a winter coat and it really pulls the dirt out. It is great for using on the legs. It is what I would call a medium-stiff brush and has a wood back. And it is in 3/4 size so is great for people with slightly smaller hands. It is my favorite brush out of all the brushes I've ever had.
Its construction and quality are very high. I've had it 4yrs. and have used it extensively. It's never lost any bristles. The bristles haven't flared out like other brushes I've had. After a quick washing it looks almost new. The bottom line is this is my favorite brush. It's held up great, is the perfect size, shape, and is a great all-around brush. I recommend the Winners Circle brand highly. I have a couple of their other brushes and they have held up great.Review of Winner's Circle medium (Spring/Summer) dandy brush by Alicia on Horse Tack Reviews (see original review here)
"My absolute favorite for the cost, are the Winners Circle brands of brushes. I am pretty sure they are also a "natural brush" And I love the wood handle..." ricochet4382
"I agree. I've been very pleased with these brushes." AvidEquestrian
Posts on horsegroomingsupplies.com
"My favorites are the winners circle brushes. I have had mine for over three years and regularly wash them." Dbadaro
"I like the Winners Circle brushes too and have a bunch of different ones." BAC
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