Hey everyone, I have a thoroughbred who gets ridden 6 - 7 hours a week and gets fed Seminole Wellness DynaSport, with soaked alfalfa cubes, and beet pulp pellets with extra supplements that include: MSM, Probios, Electrolytes and Bition. She gets 2 quarts of soaked alfalfa cubes, 1 quart of of beet pellets and 1.5 - 2 quarts of grain. She also gets 2 flakes T/A, 1 coastal, and half a flake of alfalfa in the morning and at night. She had an amazing shiny coat, but I clipped her in October and she hasn't been having the same shiny coat. Is it because I clipped her? I clipped my other horse and she is looking so much better. Anything help, thank you.