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  1. Grooming, clipping, bathing & equipment used
    I have heard both of them, but what's the difference, if there even is a difference? Thanks!
  2. Horse Health
    I've noticed that both my Paint and my Tennessee Walker gelding have had really thin manes, and both of them had beautiful long manes before. I looked out the window a couple of days ago and found out why. My donkey has been chewing their manes, which makes sense because the problem started a...
  3. Grooming, clipping, bathing & equipment used
    So I noticed around the barn that many of my friends have horses with what seems like glossy, full and thick manes that look sleek. My OTTB's mane is very thin, is very very frizzy on the ends and stringy looking, but what bothers me is how thin it is! How do you make your horse's manes so...
  4. Grooming, clipping, bathing & equipment used
    Ok, not really, but his mane is pathetic and thin. When I run my fingers through it I end up pulling hairs out, and if I grab mane over a jump I pull out a handful of hair. I find that it grows slower than any other horse at the barn, and it sticks straight up, especially at my release point...
  5. Grooming, clipping, bathing & equipment used
    My horse's mane is really thin, so I can't pull his mane. It needs to be shorter so I can braid it for shows, so what do I do? People have suggested cutting it (vertically, of course!!), but others say not to. What do you think?
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