Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Middle Tennessee
• Horses: 0
Ditto, you're not going to keep the stains out but.
EZ-All shampoo does a great job of removing them.
If there's just a small patch somewhere, rubbing dry corn starch on a grass stain will remove it.
When the kids were little and in 4-H we would use dry corn starch to help whiten up the white legs and get rid of grass stains on the fetlocks, knees, hocks----.
But as far as prevention, that isn't going to happen. Stalling the horse doesn't work because it has to lie down sometime to rest:)
Might as well get used to scrubbing --- I don't know a horse owner that can't benefit from some extra "upper body strength" all that shoulder/arm motion gets them :)