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    10-26-2010, 12:21 AM
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Foal
Grooming book

Hey all, I have been working on a grooming book for almost a year now and I'm a little stuck. So my Internet friends.... Please help! Give me one grooming suggestion/tip!!! Please please please!!!! My last chapter is going to be suggestions from other people. So please add your state/ country and your horses name because it's going to be from the horses point of view!!!!
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    10-26-2010, 04:57 PM
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Green Broke
Don't buy stuff under horsie brand names. They are three times the price of human stuff, and really don't work any better. Get human conditioners (I like Suave) and shampoos while they're on sale and stock up. For dandruff, use mouthwash. Soak your horse's mane with it, let it sit for a few minutes, and wash it off. A few days later, the dandruff is all gone. For leave in stuff, the most ghetto-est hair products you can find -- gels, conditioning spray, hairspray... It's all nice and cheap, and works great!
     

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