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    10-26-2009, 12:07 PM
Growing a mane?

My gelding's mane has never really been very long. I tried roaching him once and he looked awful, so I eventually just let it grow again and now it's only three or four inches long and I would like to grow it longer for the flashy effect. Any ideas?
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    10-26-2009, 12:35 PM
Dont brush it unless it really really needs it. That will keep you from breaking the hairs
    10-26-2009, 12:39 PM
MTG works miracles! Its the only product that I know of that works real well, but boy does it work!

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I love the stuff! It does stink something awful but I just wear gloves when applying it, you should be able to get it at any like tractor supply or fleet farm.

I swear by the stuff! Im using it right now on my paint geldings mane (he got really sick in the spring and started to loose his mane) - his tail (got put with a young horse at my barn and that horse ended up being a tail chewer. Caught it early tho so I am just using it on the base of his tail and its working great) - and on a spit on his leg where he nicked it on the feeder. I love the stuff!
    10-29-2009, 09:32 PM
This is what you get with MTG. I use it on all my horses. I love the stuff.


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