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i have a stunning palomino haflinger who has a few bruises
on her back from my other horse leaning over the stable and
nipping her, i am a keen shower as the season is starting
again and i would love to get rid of them! Has anyone got any
advice on hiding bruises.
thanx alot x x x x x Sophie x x x x x
is it in a spot were the saddle/blanket, would cover it? or is it further back?
there are abut 3 bruises and there all on her bum lol :D x x x
Ummm Im not sure how to hide the bruises but can you hide the other horse...LOL!!!
is it near the saddle area, cause if it is and you ride her it could be bothering her.
:shock: don't know how to hide bruises but do know that arnica cream is a good homeopathic for bruising....check that its not swabbable though for showing....if you have patches of missing hair you could colour them in with chalk you may have to experiment to get a colour match. mmmm and move the leaning teeth machine to another stable hehehe!
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