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post #11 of 22 Old 07-07-2012, 11:26 PM
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thats okay never mind. With the paprika thing do you think it could work on most horse coats?
Not sure :) It worked on my bay... probably a bit of googling would help you out a lot. I'm too lazy to do it tonight
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post #12 of 22 Old 07-07-2012, 11:30 PM
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For the paprika, I'd use caution. Supposedly in some places it tests positive, so if you do show, I'd check with your local shows to make sure it won't test.
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Not sure :) It worked on my bay... probably a bit of googling would help you out a lot. I'm too lazy to do it tonight
It's sort like feeding pumpkin to buckskins and Pallys I don't know if it works but I heard it really brings out their coat, I'll have to try it on my Pally mare.
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I've been using it on my light sorrel and white(palomino colored, but she's a Haflinger so is technically not palomino) and it has made such a difference. I'll have to get a current picture for this year and will post one from this year and one from the same time last year.


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For the paprika, I'd use caution. Supposedly in some places it tests positive, so if you do show, I'd check with your local shows to make sure it won't test.
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It's actually not the paprika itself but the capcasin in the paprika that is banned, because it is a pain reliever and causes hypersensitivity (to touch and contact...not attitude).
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Supposed to work really well on a Palli to keep the sun fading to a minimum. I've never done it because I didn't know how much to use or if there would be a side effect.
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Before and After pics. I've been feeding Paprika and using sunscreen on her coat. She lives outside 24/7 and does NOT wear a sheet.

Before(taken last year No Paprika or sunscreen full pasture):


After(taken today feeding Paprika and using sunscreen, full pasture):
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Before and After pics. I've been feeding Paprika and using sunscreen on her coat. She lives outside 24/7 and does NOT wear a sheet.

Before(taken last year No Paprika or sunscreen full pasture):


After(taken today feeding Paprika and using sunscreen, full pasture):
WOW, the difference in her coat is uncanny, nice looking horse by the way very cute!!
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WOW, the difference in her coat is uncanny, nice looking horse by the way very cute!!

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Also with Paprika testing positive for Capsasian.

If I remember right there was enough in it to test positive but not enough to effect the horse. But if you are going to any shows were they might do drug tests(rated shows and races that I'm aware of) it isn't recommended that you use it.


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