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So I really want to get some profession pictures done of my horse and I need to do it soon to get a deal on the canvases I want done. However my horse is a mud pit right now. I love in Oregon and usually just suffer in silence all winter as she goes from 50/50 white and brown to a breeding stock paint. I have heated water. But I don't want her getting chilled after the bath. I have a force air dryer for dog grooming. Can I use it on my horse? Is it bad for her hair? I can go the waterless shampoo rout but I really just want to bathe her.
 

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I use a leaf blower.
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I wouldn't use the leafblower, although it's blows a lot of air, it's cool air! Yes, you can use a blowdryer to dry a horse, my daughter has done it. I stopped at the tail, took too long.
 

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I wouldn't use a leaf blower if I lived in Canada either.
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I have used a blow dryer on one of my horses. Both when she's been too sweaty to go back outside in temperatures well below zero or when her back is wet from snow and i want to ride bareback. Works fine and I haven't had any objections.
 
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