Originally Posted by mandaleacalico
When half the mane lies on one side, it means the horse isn't working from behind. So, not only to get the horses mane to lay correctly, but for your horses well being, start working on your horse bringing its butt under itself when you ride. But, as a quick fix, dampen the mane on the side you want, every time you groom, and/or put a sleezy on, when the mane it damp. And when you wash your horse, make sure you comb the mane to the side you want, so it dries on that side Taffy's mane use to split halfway down his neck, so I started doing some hill work, so he brought his back end under, and today I went out to brush him, and his mane has trained itself to lie on the right hand side
Sorry, but how in the world would that have anything to do with the mane? Do you have a scintifice record of proven facts that prove this statment? I really don't belive that any of that connects in any way at all.