Usually the rule of thumb is you lay the horses ear back against it's neck, and that's how far you cut it.. Exceptional for an Arabian though.. Since they tend to have longer bridle paths. Posted via Mobile Device
Looked at the web sight and they do look longer then normal. That is good because Captain rub out a section of his mane while reaching for hay under his manger. It had just grow out after the last time he had sone this.
Yeah, I would say that sounds about right. When trimming between shows leave a little bit before the full mane, that way by the time shows come around you haven't accidentally trimmed it so long it looks like an arab one.
Like on this horse, that little short bit sticking up, then when you have a show just trim that off. https://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos...50221586_n.jpg