Hi everyone! I have a horse that we just rescued from a terrible situation. She was living in a dirt/mud pasture with no food or water. She is terrible underweight (over 200lbs less then my Prince), but is gaining well. She is a wonderful horse with awesome manners.
The problem is she is caked with mud. We have been trying to get the mud off her for 2 weeks, with little success. The mud is in little balls matted deeply in her skin, you cannot really see the color of her coat. Her legs are white, and there are white balls on her legs.
We do not want to scrub her too hard, as I said before she is over 200lbs less than my horse, and taller). The poor baby's ribs are showing and it is almost like you can grab hold of her spine.
Does anyone know of anything we can put on her that will losen the mud? Please help!!!!!