Here’s a proven and guaranteed program for tails to be SNOWY WHITE, bright and SHINY.
Rule #1: Don’t use detangler. It can discolor. Plus, you WON’T NEED and added conditioner nor detangler with this program.
Rule #2: Don’t use conventional whitening shampoos. Did you ever notice those horses always seem to get dirty? Drying shampoos...
As the new year begins, I am very grateful for all of you, my friends. Together we celebrate sound horsemanship, and the value of sharing it. It’s a quiet revolution. I and the horses sincerely appreciate your support.
Thank you for using Lucky Braids products. They not only make quality care easier, but also give me the opportunity to continue my efforts to raise the bar of horsemanship.
May we continue to learning during a new year full of good health and peace.
The visual rhythm of uniform braids comes from a physical rhythm. So, normally I do one stage of the process at a time. That is: braid the mane down, pull it all up, finesse the bottomline then tie- lock ’em down. Doing one stage at a time lets you get a good rhythm and feel. Plus, it is easier to get the bottomline perfectly straight, which is the most important part of the braid job.
If you have a horses that sits on his tail in the trailer, try clipping him high on the halter. And old timer, that has shipped horses for generations, says that can make the difference. The idea is that when able to move their head more, they stress less.