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post #11 of 28 Old 10-02-2013, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. White and clean don't belong in the same sentence when it comes to horses.
Very very true. I've been riding Diablo for a few months now and normally we bathe him after every ride on weekends. Takes 3x longer then the other two and he ends up mud covered and poop splattered within moments of returning him to pasture lol. And now getting Dixie *rubs forehead* She is twice as white as Diablo is lol.
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post #12 of 28 Old 10-02-2013, 06:40 PM
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Where are the pictures.. :)???

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Where are the pictures.. :)???
Pictures of Dixie
Right here on this thread link above.
More will be added, don't worry ;D
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Now the poop stains are another thing altogether, I like the Green Cowboy Magic stain remover about the best
or you could just go to WalMart and get the green rubbing alcohol, and save your money because its about a buck, instead of 10$

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or you could just go to WalMart and get the green rubbing alcohol, and save your money because its about a buck, instead of 10$
Ohh thanks for that tip!
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I also have a paint horse that loves to get dirty. Try asking a friend to help you groom: suggest that brushing is therapeutic, fun, and beneficial to convince them ;)
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My pinto is 90% white and I'm not sure how she does it but she keeps fairly clean. I've seen her roll right after I bath her but she's not a mudball, although we have alot of weeds mixed in with the grass in the pasture. Now her legs and the pond are a completely different story!

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I also have a paint horse that loves to get dirty. Try asking a friend to help you groom: suggest that brushing is therapeutic, fun, and beneficial to convince them ;)
Normally when I go riding, I bring a friend and my sister. So I am sure if three people get out there, we can really make her sparkle lol.
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My pinto is 90% white and I'm not sure how she does it but she keeps fairly clean. I've seen her roll right after I bath her but she's not a mudball, although we have alot of weeds mixed in with the grass in the pasture. Now her legs and the pond are a completely different story!
Lucky!! When I went to see her on Sunday she looked pretty good. Minus a few grass stains here or there :P
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When I saw my sons horse I thought of this thread! I guess Arrow (his horse) did not get the memo about staying clean, he is more into multicolors...lol. He is at my Uncles for training and he has these purple berries, if you're from the south it's polk (or poke) salad plants.

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