|DairyFarmGirl55 ||04-10-2012 10:38 PM |
My Rocky Mountain colt has for some reason gotten matted fur while he is shedding and it looks like dredlocks!!!! It is a grooming nightmare!
And the last two are just for cuteness :)
|lkjhorse927 ||04-10-2012 10:47 PM |
I know how you feel- I have a VERY light palomino horse- basically grey. The day of our first show his winter coat came in and he rolled in manure in his stall- :)
|cakemom ||04-10-2012 11:25 PM |
Furminate that boy!!
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|Country Woman ||04-10-2012 11:56 PM |
very nice pictures
|Skyseternalangel ||04-12-2012 07:03 AM |
Love the second picture :P
|RaiRaiNY ||04-12-2012 09:03 AM |
He's a cutie!
|kim_angel ||04-12-2012 09:26 AM |
I bought my Fjord colt from Canada last month and he has a ton of matts from his long winter coat. It is a grooming nightmare!!! :evil:
But thankfully it is starting to shed out and go away.
|CinderEve ||04-12-2012 11:20 AM |
I spent hours on Lyric's coat the other day with a slickneasy. Going back out today to tackle her tail again. Sigh.
He's gorgeous!! Love his color!
|DairyFarmGirl55 ||04-16-2012 05:47 PM |
Thanks everyone! I was getting so frustrated and fed up with it and it has been an unusually warm spring for us so I took the clippers to it. He had never been exposed to the clippers before and didn't care one bit. He actually like the vibrations of it on his belly. I also did a little around his ears to see how he would do and it didn't even phase him. He was more mad at me because I would let him play with the extension cord. lol.
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