Megan Boyle
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I wonder when this trend will catch on - 1st need hairy legs, and a horse that will stand. Like it.

I wonder when this trend will catch on - 1st need hairy legs, and a horse that will stand. Like it.

That's.... funny... Love feathers on horses?  Got to www.ggvanner.com to learn more about the Gypsy Vanner Horse

That's.... funny... Love feathers on horses? Got to www.ggvanner.com to learn more about the Gypsy Vanner Horse

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I really should learn to master the art of braiding horse tails so I can do it as a side job for some extra $$$!

I really should learn to master the art of braiding horse tails so I can do it as a side job for some extra $$$!

Do you like braiding your horse's mane!? Here is an article about the different ways to braid your horse's mane! :D

Do you like braiding your horse's mane!? Here is an article about the different ways to braid your horse's mane! :D

Mane pulling can be a hefty undertaking if not done regularly, so try to pull your horse’s mane frequently to keep the job a fairly easy one. Always pull after you’ve ridden or exercised your horse, as exercise helps to open his pores and makes it easier to pull the mane. Pull just a few hairs at a time, and if there is much work to be done on your horse’s mane then tackle it in sections over a period of a few days to make the job easier on both of you.

Mane pulling can be a hefty undertaking if not done regularly, so try to pull your horse’s mane frequently to keep the job a fairly easy one. Always pull after you’ve ridden or exercised your horse, as exercise helps to open his pores and makes it easier to pull the mane. Pull just a few hairs at a time, and if there is much work to be done on your horse’s mane then tackle it in sections over a period of a few days to make the job easier on both of you.