- - Forelock???
|cowgirlfitzy ||02-27-2009 02:07 PM |
Does anyone have any advise on growing a nice forelock? My horse jus has a poof. I tried MTG and stuff
|Dumas'_Grrrl ||02-27-2009 02:55 PM |
Is that him in your avatar photo???
I don't know what to suggest other than MTG. Maybe not combing it as much to avoid breakage???
|toosleepy ||02-27-2009 03:22 PM |
no major suggestions here other than my tail remedy of infusium, my one horse has an awsome one, while the other has a "fraggle rock" forelock, lol
|InBox ||02-27-2009 03:32 PM |
just dont mess with it and leave it alone like not brushing it and stuff
May sound odd - but what is his feeding situation? We've had horses thin their own forelocks by "attacking" the round bales when they eat!
|Dumas'_Grrrl ||02-27-2009 03:40 PM |
Not odd at all mls, now that you mention it, I had a horse that would rub the top of his head on the round bales.
|PoptartShop ||02-27-2009 03:42 PM |
Haha that is so true- they tend to do that! :lol: But maybe a bit of MTG?
|farmpony84 ||02-27-2009 04:03 PM |
some of them just have poofs... I have one that is 25 and I think it's been the same length his whole life... I have some that have long pretty ones.....
|Flyinghigh12 ||02-27-2009 05:33 PM |
The one horse I use to have had a serious afro, it was so funny!
|cowgirlfitzy ||02-27-2009 06:09 PM |
Yea Dumas thats him in the avatar.
He use to have a really long mane and when cute it I saved it. I'm thinking about making an extension with it lol! Does any one use those?
He doesn't get a whole round bale so I don't know. Never seen him attacking his hay lol!
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