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    06-18-2010, 04:54 PM
  #11
Showing
You have my sympathies, it's a rooten job and needs lots of patience, not my strong suit.

WD40 works really really well, but I think it makes the hair brittle, mine seemed to break out a lot pf hair in the weeks after I used it.

Cowboy Magic, I love it, and it works really really well.

MTG, my current favorite, I bought some to see if it would help Appy G grow a mane, and then used it for a detangler on the Hafies, I love it
     
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    06-18-2010, 05:49 PM
  #12
Yearling
GoldenHorse, are you using the MTG Original, or one of their other products to use for your de-tangling?

I recently bought some of the Original to try on a couple of my horses that tail rub... Boy does it have a peculiar odor!
Don't know if I would want to use it in much quantity.
But I guess if it works really well...
     
    06-18-2010, 07:03 PM
  #13
Showing
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Originally Posted by SpiritedLittleCopperSpots    
GoldenHorse, are you using the MTG Original, or one of their other products to use for your de-tangling?

I recently bought some of the Original to try on a couple of my horses that tail rub... Boy does it have a peculiar odor!
Don't know if I would want to use it in much quantity.
But I guess if it works really well...
I bought the original, when you're faced with this



And it's -30 degrees, you want a nice oil based product that isn't going to need washing out, and doesn't dry the hair.

I have no sense of smell, which although it's a real pain most of the time, no 'new puppy' smell for me, it means that the reports of MTG having a strange smell bothers me not at all

Oh, here is the 'after' pic

     
    06-18-2010, 07:36 PM
  #14
Yearling
Golden Horse,
Wow, you must have had a lot of patience getting those burrs out!
From the after pic, you did a fantastic job too!
Bet you were sore the next day....

Glad you were spared the odor of the MTG, but sorry to hear you don't get to enjoy "puppy breath", that is one of my favorites!
     
    06-18-2010, 08:17 PM
  #15
Yearling
All depending on the horse. My current horse has a super thick tail and it grows incredibly fast. During the winter I cut it to his hocks and within a month or so it was almost to the ground. My last horse on the other hand took months to grow his tail.
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