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post #21 of 40 Old 02-29-2012, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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Truly-without cutting them off or dying them, nothing will change those horrible orangey ends. Paprika, even if it works, has to go through their system, then grow out their mane.......hope you have lots of time. Lol
LOL, true...I don't have the time or that much Paprika!

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But you can get the HUGE bottles at BJs, Costco or Sams club!

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Do you know if paprika really does work to help prevent the coat/mane/tail from fading? It's in a lot of the supplements that are supposed to help with coloring. I would really like to give it a try, I just want to harm my horse or get into any sort of trouble!
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There have been other threads here about that-you might do a search for them.

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I just want to harm my horse or get into any sort of trouble!
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@franknbeans Thanks, I'll try that!

@kevinshorses Ahhhhhhahahahaha I can't believe I missed that! I'm usually pretty careful about posting anything anywhere, oops! Sorry, I really don't want to harm my horse or get into trouble haha! :o
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I'm also wondering what I can do about this! My mare is dark bay/black and ends up an orangey color by the end of the summer. I've heard of quicblack and also gallop shampoos, and I wonder if they work! Also feeding paprika, but I'm unsure about this because I do show my horse and that can cause a positive drug test. (But I only show in open shows! :)
I tried the QuickBlack again today on my black horse(technically he is a dark bay, but really dark) it did nothing.
I also tried it again in my bay horses mane and tail with no results either.

Don't waste your money on the QuickBlack.

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I tried the QuickBlack again today on my black horse(technically he is a dark bay, but really dark) it did nothing.
I also tried it again in my bay horses mane and tail with no results either.

Don't waste your money on the QuickBlack.
Better spent on loreal or revlon, huh? Lol

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Better spent on loreal or revlon, huh? Lol
LOL...uh yeah...to say the least...
However it did help brighten my gray horses' tails, so not money completly wasted. Oh and if I decided if I want to be a Smurf for Halloween I could use it for that as well..tee he

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I tried the QuickBlack again today on my black horse(technically he is a dark bay, but really dark) it did nothing.
I also tried it again in my bay horses mane and tail with no results either.

Don't waste your money on the QuickBlack.
Thank you for sharing your knowledge :) Maybe I'll give Gallop a try once I can actually wash my horse without freezing her hahaha!
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