Lol sheath cleaning can be so gross.... not the actual act but the SMELL. I swear, sheath cleaning liquid stuff is almost worse of a smell than the smegma itself!
What I do is get a really long sock, a clean sponge, a bucket of warm water, and some sheath cleaning solution. Watch the hind legs, sometimes they like it, sometimes they don't. Put the sock on your arm, and dip that arm in the warm water. Pour some sheath cleaning solution on the sock and slowly maneuver towards the area... lol. Start out by cleaning the outer edges and just inside the sheath, testing his limits a little. If he stands nice, reach up farther and try to get all of the gunk off of the sheath walls. Keep going further, rinsing the sock occasionally. If you can get him to drop, perfect.
Its scary how far up there th sheath goes, and how far you can have your arm in there before you actually find the weiner. Big horses can sometimes have an entire arms length!! Its kinda creepy. lol.
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