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[RC] cure your itchy horse's dry skin--will certainly make him bootiful - Ridecamp Guest

Please Reply to: Andrea Day fetlocks@xxxxxxxxxxx or ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Was taught a fantastic way to get a horse looking incredible and really help 
with problem skin.

Groom the horse first (stimulate natural oils) Put hot hot hot water in a 
bucket with about a tablespoon of baby oil, get your rubber gloves, dunk a 
towel, and wring. Lay the towel on the horse and rub rub rub. You can do this 
all over, head to heels as well as mane and tail. Even on a winter-fuzz coat, 
their hide will start to really gleam in about two weeks. In the summer, hose 
your horse first to get the salt off, then brush when dry to get up the natural 
oils. You can use slightly less Skin-so-soft and only do it 2-3 times a week if 
you want to try the bug repel thing. I've been to lazy lately to do it, but 
when I do, man, do I get compliments.

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