- - Greys...
|kljumper14 ||08-27-2008 07:32 AM |
So, I've got this grey horse and I was wondering if anyone had some quick good ideas to get him clean at horse shows.
|sandsarita ||08-27-2008 06:49 PM |
Orvus works great. On the legs and mane and tail, I use Suave shampoo, it gets the dirt out for me. you might need some sort of whitener if your horse is really stained, though, mainly for the mane and tail.
|Supermane ||08-27-2008 10:19 PM |
What shade of grey?
|kljumper14 ||08-28-2008 07:22 AM |
He's kind of fleabitten (very very light spots) until his rump, which has dapples on it.
|SkylarkandWinnie ||08-31-2008 05:50 PM |
Superpoo works really well, but if theres alot of dirt/stains you might want to get whitening shampoo.
|My2Geldings ||09-01-2008 05:49 PM |
Cowboy magic has this stain remover that comes in a spray. I used to have it for the white socks on one of my old horses. I have since only bought horses without white, one reason being for the stains :lol:
I don't remember what it's called but carrying some last minute sprays of that kind will help.
That or buy a horse that has no white :D
|sempre_cantando ||09-03-2008 09:02 PM |
We just use ordinary shampoo but shampoo twice! It works well for us.
|My2Geldings ||09-11-2008 06:18 PM |
Cowboy magic worked well when I had horses with socks. I would keep a sheet on, some jammies and the legs wrapped.
One big reason why I have and will never own a grey.
|Skyhuntress ||09-11-2008 11:06 PM |
vetrolin green spray works exceptionally well...
for shows or clinics, I bathe my grey with just normal shampoo and get him all clean, and then i bring either the vetrolin or cowboy magic with me in case i need a quick emergency scrub :)
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