Originally Posted by rottenweiler
gee I opened this thread hoping there WOULD be directions on how to do it as I just bought a gelding and never have had any experience cleaning them down there, but heard you had to do it. Only answer I get from 'horse people' is 'yeah you need to clean them down there....eww' with a shudder. After reading the 'directions' on how to do it...yeah, I think I will be paying someone else to!
When I first read the description on how to remove the bean, I started thinking I'd rather just get a mare
. I've had about 8 months of house hunting to get me better used to the idea, and I think I might even be able to handle it myself now
. Though a friend of mine thinks it's hilarious that I even think it's a big deal.
A great step by step guide is at http://www.equusite.com/articles/hea...Cleaning.shtml
. Scroll down to Part 2 The Cleaning Process...
and get ready for a laugh (and probably a shudder or two if you've never thought very much about the process before