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RE: [RC] livestock marker - Debbie Parsons

I usually use good old elbow grease in the form of one of those jelly 
currycombs. It 
seems harder to get the marks off my gray (white) horse than it does on my 
black and 
browns. I'll have to try some of these suggestions on the gray.

Boomer is still sporting the remnants from his "100" from our first 100 a few 
weeks ago. 
We completed so it serves as a reminder of our "fun" from that weekend!


------- Original Message -------
From    : catherine demick[mailto:cademick@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent    : 2/29/2008 1:06:07 PM
To      : ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc      : 
Subject : RE: [RC]   livestock marker

I  got the last remnants of my Oct. ride number off his butt during Christmas 
Lighter fluid works, I've used it before but now I don''t bother, like someone 
said: "a badge of honor". My husband kept calling the horse "32" trying to 
shame me into 
removing it!!!!
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