Gotta love that Mustang hair. LOL!! He is looking really nice and filling up beautifully. I may just have to come steal him. I don't have a Dun horse yet. Maybe I need to start a collection of all the colors. Thunder would definitely be a great place to start.
Can you imagine what it would look like after 6 months or a year of doing that once every couple of weeks? O.O WOW!
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I use coconut butter on this mares tail and it works awsome too. I love cocnut products for horses I am a strong believer in the old false tail for show horses but this one is 100% her own..... not bad for an appy if I do say so myself!
On the eigth day God created the Quarter Horse..... on the ninth day, he painted the best ones........
I bought it in an organic food shop. It came in a jar and it's solid at room temperature but melts into an oil at body temperatures so it melts in your hands. It smells nice and you can cook with it too. Fabulous stuff and a lot cheaper than commercially produced deep hair conditioners.
Hey guys!! Thanks for all the love on Thunder's tail :) This is a very old post (september '08) and he's filled out so much more since then! Due for a bath though. I just bought the coconut oil from my local grocery store in the organic section. I will be using it again this spring probably. The only thing is is that it does attract dirt so watch out!
Cale Crane: You are a great champion. When you ran, the ground shook, the sky opened and mere mortals parted. Parted the way to victory, where you'll meet me in the winner's circle, where I'll put a blanket of flowers on your back.