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  • How to get dred locks out of a horses tail
  • Getting dreadlocks out of horses tail

 
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    03-26-2012, 07:30 PM
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Yearling
Tails!!

So this year ill start barrel racing my Black and While Paint Flash, and saw Gypsy tails and was wondering how much they are and how many peices you get? I would like some white ones and maybe a few colors. His is black and would like to spice it up!

Also how to get dreadlocks out of tails and keep them out? I've brushed a ton so they are out and then braid them but a few days later I take the braid out and they are back to the way they were the next day. Any help?
     
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    03-26-2012, 09:16 PM
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Green Broke
My mares tail gets "dreads" at the end and her hair gets dry as a bone too! Wash it out and condition it well!! Let the conditioner sit for a little before washing it out. Then load it up with cowboy magic or the cheap brand hair silkening serum. Then be VERY careful when your brushing it. You will easily pull the hairs out and thin his tail. Once its all done you can braid it up if to keep it somewhat detangled. Make sure its a loose braid, especially by the dock.
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