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        06-29-2012, 10:03 PM
      #11
    Weanling
    You may need to check the regulations for the show that you are going to, but I believe that most halter classes usually have the mane pulled short and banded to show off the conformation of the neck. If that is the case, dying the mane would be a waste of time and product, because you will need to pull the majority of the length of her mane out.
         
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        06-29-2012, 10:55 PM
      #12
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Fahntasia    
    Just protect her coat from it, black hair dye stains REALLY fast, especially the pharmacy bought one. Any type of petroleum jelly based product will protect the coat, make sure you give it 2-3 REALLY good shampoos to get all the chemicals out, and careful with her eyes, ears, and nose. You have a very pretty mare! Good luck
    Thank you! (: And yeah, I was trying to figure out a way of not getting it on her, didnt think of petrolium jelly! Not too sure of what she's going to think when im coming at her with gloves one.... O.O Lol!
         
        06-29-2012, 11:03 PM
      #13
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by PaintedFury    
    You may need to check the regulations for the show that you are going to, but I believe that most halter classes usually have the mane pulled short and banded to show off the conformation of the neck. If that is the case, dying the mane would be a waste of time and product, because you will need to pull the majority of the length of her mane out.
    Oh no no! The walking horse model classes are different. Walking horses are supposed to have the long flowing manes an tails, and most every model class i've seen, they've had long manes. I think what your talking about is for quarter horses maybe? I've only got to fully train her how to park out, and then we'll be ready to go! Lol. And plus, i'd be in tears if I EVER have to cut her mane and tail. I've worked hard on maintaining it! Lol.
         

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