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        10-24-2013, 11:29 PM
    I have two Morgans and they have hair galore (typical for Morgans). I also have an Oldenberg mare and her mane and forelock are pathetic in comparison! I have her leased out and her lessee is constantly obsessing over her mane. I keep trying to tell her it is genetics but she buys every product out there and seems to think there is something wrong with her, because her mane does not look like my Morgans'. It is very thin and grows ever so slowly, but I keep trying to tell her she is lucky- at least it stays on one side and she does not have to use detangler every time she combs it! But she also combs and fusses with it constantly, and I keep telling her it will never get thicker if she does that. My two boys have thick, curly manes that grow in every direction and look lovely when they are brushed out but most of the time they look like trolls or rastafarians!
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