02-27-2012, 08:58 PM
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Last October I bought a new horse, Ned, and I have spent the last couple of months training and getting used to him and with the show season coming up for me, I have been checking and getting everything I need. Well the shows I go to require that you have the horses mane pulled at the length of your 4 fingers and that it be on the right side. The thing is, Ned has an incredibly thick mane and it lies to the left... So what I want to know is, how do I get it to lay on the right side of his neck and not flip back over when he moves? Thanks!