- - solo comb
|farmpony84 ||02-22-2012 07:20 PM |
|waresbear ||02-22-2012 08:33 PM |
Your horse's mane is like my horse's, thick and grows fast. Try those both out & let me know which is best. I will have to purchase them from someplace else however, Smartpak does not ship to Canada, boo them! Like you, I was tempted not to pull the mane and band it long for shows & do a running braid for english, but I dunno yet...
|elleng0728 ||02-23-2012 10:57 AM |
Yes the solo combs do work. I've used it before on my gelding with a thick mane. Just have to do a bit at a time.
|CiscoKidd ||02-23-2012 03:43 PM |
I bought the solocomb a while back to use on my horses very thick mane. It worked for a few months until the blue lever stopped working. Every time I pushed it down it got stuck inside the body of the comb. I think it did a good job while it lasted though.
|farmpony84 ||02-23-2012 06:59 PM |
I brushed his mane today... and then just stared at it... UGH! Why do I stop pulling the minute winter comes????
|Minerva ||02-24-2012 11:50 AM |
I always do that too, and then regret it big time come spring! Haha!
|diesel63 ||02-26-2012 02:58 AM |
I tried out all the different mane combs and found they only made the mane thicker at the bace, so im a puller! if you do it little and oftern it doesnt make them sore!
|diesel63 ||02-26-2012 03:13 AM |
Depends on the breed!
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