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        08-16-2010, 10:34 AM
      #11
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    Originally Posted by arasumi    
    I am just curious, what is vet wrap?
    You use it over bandages and such to keep everything in place. It sticks to itself so it is very useful.. I use it for all sorts of things. And it comes in pretty colors

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    And thanks everyone for the tips! I am going to try to braid the part that flys to the other side and leave it in and rebraid it now and then. I have a sleezy I can use for shows too :)
         
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        08-16-2010, 05:27 PM
      #12
    Foal
    Thank you Gizpeptig, good luck with the mane,
         
        08-17-2010, 03:58 AM
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    Do you want the mane to lay on the same side all the time or for shows? Because, as hard as it sometimes is to even think it, the hair thing is sometimes genetic. (As an appy lover, I can sooooo vouch for that one.) If there's a cowlick in that area of the mane, you may be stuck with having it split. The good news is that you can band/braid/lattice it for shows, depending on what you do. (I know, I just created a verb out of a noun. Bad girl!)

    I hope you have fun with your horse, and good luck with that mane!
         

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