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    Re: [RC] [RC] More ??? - Truman Prevatt

    Besides the first thing they do - at least mine - is go to the sand pit they had to dig for themselves in the pasture and roll and roll. When they get up they are caked with sand. But it must feel oh so good.


    Magnumsmom@xxxxxxx wrote:

    That said, like Truman pointed out you don't need to use shampoo on your horse very often. If you have just come back from a ride and you want to remove the salts from his coat (a grand idea), try giving him a warm spray or sponge bath. Water will disolve all the salts from him sweating. A simple sponge water bath will also remove almost all of the dirt, sand, and mud as well.

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    Re: [RC] [RC] More ???, Magnumsmom