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  • Additive for shiny coat
  • Vitamins for a pretty coat for a horse

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    03-20-2008, 12:14 PM
Vegetable Oil is cheap, effective and you can pick it up at a grocery store for about 5 bucks a jug. I add 2 tbs to my horses grain daily, and his coat is soft, shiny and snuggly.
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    03-20-2008, 02:43 PM
Vegetable oil is great, works very well.

Apple cider vinegar works also (though I noticed the oil seemed to work faster) and is a natural fly repellent, for both the horses and my water trough.
    03-20-2008, 06:27 PM
Green Broke
Thanks for all the replies! Just curious if additives really help if your horse already has a good diet with daily grooming. My gelding has a pretty shiny coat already in the summer but someone told me that corn oil with a bit of salt really makes them shine. I tried it for a couple of months and never saw a difference!

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