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Old 02-09-2010, 10:44 PM   #1
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you know those awful long course hairs that clipped horses sometimes get?
Tally is covered in them.
What is the best course of action to get rid of them?
Do i just give him another clip or just keep at the grooming?
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Old 02-09-2010, 10:51 PM   #2
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My pony has them on his face, but I dont have hoods on him so its the only part that he gets his old man whiskers.

I just clip them off.
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If it's only a few, use a razor, much faster & easier, or if more wide spread, use trimmers.
They are so annoying!
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pumice stone and some elbow grease
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pumice stone and some elbow grease
Ohh good suggestion; hadn't thought of the pumice stone! Will grab one next week
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I would try one of those grooming blocks (or bricks). The ones that get out the loose coat...they should get them out I think?
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