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I have a chestnut colored horse

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        03-22-2007, 01:45 AM
    Elbow grease and a couple of good brushes........i used show sheen and gunk like that once and found it make the saddle slip around....went and got a few expensive brushes and found it did the same job
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        03-23-2007, 12:23 PM
    Baby oil! Cheap and works EVERYTIME !
        03-23-2007, 05:29 PM
    Hi I use ground linseed in the food(1 teaspoon or 5grams)everyday. The linseed MUST be ground to a powder!!! Or if you use oil it must be treated...ground is less hassle.. I have three chestnuts with varying degrees of white. The linseed deepens the chestnut and looks BUUTIFUL! When I work out how to post photo's I will show you. For white I have found any white shampoo that starts off blue or purple and then goes white in the sun is best. Panteen hydrating curls conditioner(human product) works wonders on dry tails. :)

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