The Curry Comb - Usually made from rubber or hard plastic with many bumpy nobs. Used in a circular motion to loosen dried dirt and hair from neck and body.
The Hard Brush - Stiff bristles, there should be very little give when pushed against your hand. Used with short brush strokes to remove the hair and dirt loosened by the curry on the neck and body.
The Soft Brush - Medium to soft bristles, there should be very noticeable give when pushed against your hand. Used to remove dirt and hair with short brush strokes from more sensitive areas like the face and legs.
The Hoof Pick - Small metal hook attached to a handle, some have stiff bristles attached to the opposite side. Used to remove dirt and rocks from the bottom of the foot. Be careful to avoid to the triangular shaped frog in the center, this area is very sensitive.
The Comb - Wide set teeth, usually made of hard plastic. Used to detangle the mane and tail. Avoid hairbrushes with close bristles that people tend to use because they can rip out tail hairs and cause significant hair loss.