When it comes to horse brushes, and well everything really, you would think that the more expensive brushes would be better right? Well, I have found out that isn’t always the case.

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

I have bought soooo many horse brushes over the years that I might be able to consider myself a horse brush expert. Well, maybe not. But at least I can give an honest review of which brushes perform the best for grooming. And the bonus is you don’t have to go through the trial and error process. I’ve already done that for you!

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

I know some of these brushes are probably more than you might want to spend on a brush. I get that. But, if you are looking for a great grooming brush for your grooming kit, you might ant to check out these brushes. So in no particular order, here are the best horse brushes you can buy for less than $20.00.

The Decker #95 Grip Fit Blue Ribbon Brush ($5.49)

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

Now in the description of this brush it says the bristles are medium soft. But I find the bristles to be more of a medium to stiff. But this is a fantastic, and sturdy brush that I use every day. The dirt doesn’t stick to the bristles, and because the bristles are fairly densely packed, it’s hard for the dirt to make it down deep into the brush.

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

This is a great brush for getting sweat marks  slobber marks, and dirt out of your horses coat. It’s a sturdy brush that fits nicely into a woman’s hand, and it’s really affordable. Jeffers Equine has this brush for $5.49.

The Winner’s Circle Flick Brush ($13.95)

I would consider this brush to be ore of a medium, long bristle brush. It doesn’t work the best as a flick brush, but it works well as the second step of my brushing process. It’s a durable brush with synthetic bristles and a sturdy wood back that fits nice in your hand.

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

It really seems to work well to get the deeper dirt to the surface, and I find that it works really well on my horses legs. But because the bristles are fairly dense, and slightly stiff, I wouldn’t really consider it to be a flick brush. But, that’s just my opinion.

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

You can find this brush at Dover’s for around $13.95. I have tried searching for it in person, as well as online and the only place I can find it is at Dover’s.

Tail Tamer Flick Brush ($13.95)

Ok, to be honest, I bought this brush because of the flashy colors. I mean, it is so pretty! The bristles are synthetic, but long. This makes it a perfect flick brush. I like to use this one after I have used the little blue ribbon brush (stiff), then the winner’s circle brush (medium) because the bristles of this brush make it easy to flick away the dirt the I have brought to the surface.

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

The back has a rubber grip to it too. So not only does it fit nicely in your hand, but it’s easy to hang onto when you excitedly flick the dirt off of your horse!

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

I bought this brush locally a Murdoch’s for $9.95. And yes, it was an impulse purchase. But if you don’t have a Murdoch’s close by, you can buy this brush on Amazon for around $13.95.

And for a special addition to your grooming kit. If you are looking for the best of the best, more expensive brush to add to your grooming kit, I think I have the perfect brush for you. Especially if you want to give your horse a wonderful deep finishing shine.

Haas Diamond Gloss Brush ($19.95)

Of all of the brushes I have bought, this is the one that makes my horses shine. The Diamond Gloss brush by Haas is incredible. It is fantastic at removing the fine dust and dander. It has super dense natural horse hair bristles along with a very nice leather hand strap that makes the brush easy to use. The bristles are directly incorporated into the body of the brush. Which means, no loose bristles.

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

This brush will make your horse soooooo shiny! Which is why it is my most favorite finishing brush to use. And honestly, there is just something so satisfying at watching the dirt come up to the surface, and away from your horses coat. I love it!

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

You can find this brush at Riding Warehouse for $19.95.

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

The Best of the Best Horse Brushes for less than $20.00

And here is a body shot of Plezant after I had brushed him with these 4 brushes. No shine spray, no fancy extras. Just the four grooming brushes. Not to bad for a horse who hasn’t had a bath in a month right???

Hopefully this gives you a little more information than just reading a description of a brush. This way you can really see these grooming tools in action. And if you really want to  ‘see’ them in use, I have a video showing these brushes in action before you decide to buy the brush for yourself!


Lisa
Lisa

I am horse crazy and love DIY projects, and finding great deals on everything horse related. When I have a new idea, or find a great deal I love sharing this information with you........AND just to have FULL Disclosure:Affiliate Disclaimer: Some of the blog posts on my site will allow you to purchase different products and services online provided by other merchants, and not myself. Some of the links that I post on my site are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I may receive an affiliate commission.* I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn a commission by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. *Disclosed in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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