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  • How to use cowboy magic detangler on tail
  • Knotty mane horse

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    06-11-2010, 03:54 AM
Green Broke
I use mane and tail. Right now I just use the shine spray kind and it conditions really well. My horse's mane and tail glisten even if she gets a little dirty. I can run a comb through it and no tangles and she usually has a lot. I recommend mane and tail products. It's reasonable and works!
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    06-11-2010, 08:29 AM
I used mane 'n tail but I do think the hair felt somewhat greasy after. I just got a bottle of show sheen to give it a try. Is it just us or Cowboy Magic is always sold as concentrated stuff? I never could find a spray bottle (like mane 'n tail), it's always very concentrated solution (and that's why I never bought it).
    06-11-2010, 09:22 AM
Green Broke
Ok, I just gave my horse and my aunts horse a bath for the show this weekend, and WOW, I've never seen such a knotty/messy tail, I literally had the load it with cowboy magic (even though I was almost positive I was going to have to cut it out) and after a while it got it out! My mane and tail spray didn't do a thing, thank god for cowboy magic! But when I just want to get tiny knots out of the tail I use mane and tail, but my aunts horse has such a thick tail the spray doesn't help on it. Haha
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