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        03-18-2010, 09:48 PM
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    Yearling
    Icky Mane

    Leia's mane doesnt grow fast at all. Its very thick and all but it takes forever to get long. It also feels really bad, like its stiff and gross. Not at all soft. A lot of horses I know have manes that will feel nice after you brush or wash them, but her's is always... yucky and scraggly feeling.







    Sooo my question is, is there a good way to make it silky smooth and soft? If not, I'm prepared to just roach it - its that bad.

    Thanks ahead of time!
         
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        03-18-2010, 09:53 PM
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    Yearling
    Try washing and conditioning with Mane and Tail. I also use the Mane and Tail detangler about twice a week, and MTG for growth once a week. Her mane seems to be staying pretty soft.
         
        03-18-2010, 11:30 PM
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    Ewww, I knew a horse with a mane like that. I'm not sure how much of it was that his mane was really dirty and how much of it was just the way his hair was. His mane was so bad that you'd brush one section and as soon as you stopped brushing it, bam! It was amazingly tangly again.

    I'd agree with conditioning the heck out of it. I might even use human conditioner and leave it on for five minutes or so, then rinse it off. I'm also a huge fan of Cowboy Magic detangler. I've been using that once or twice a week, very minimally, on Lacey's tail for the last few months and oh man! Lacey's tail used to be easily tangled and kinda rough to the touch but now it's SO soft and really nice to touch. It's also extremely strong and VERY healthy looking.

    Good luck!
         

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