Join Date: May 2009
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Whoa! LOL, delayed response? *giggles* I posted this months ago!
In answer to the questions, I am sickened and disgusted in the ownership of such a grossly white horse. I use some sort of stupid pointless "stain repellent!" shampoo on her and if you can't tell, I'm a liiiiiiiiittle bit bitter since she was absolutely covered in dirt and manure stains the next DAY.
So we've come to the agreement she can continue looking like a mudball. It was fun having a shiny while it lasted :roll:
Does anyone have any tips? I'm really assuming there's nothing I can do seeing as she's not a show horse, she doesn't wear a sheet and we don't have a barn. Even when it's dry, she's so white, the dirt stains her coat like I didn't even think was possible. I can curry the actual dirt off her, but the stains won't budge unless I bath her. Which just isn't happening weekly for a 2 year old backyard pony, she can stay dirty, LMAO.
I hope God tells her to smash her computer with a sledgehammer.