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Date Posted: 09:18:50 02/20/11 Sun
Author: Nyhia
Subject: Head and shoulders shampoo
In reply to: Eros 's message, "Update" on 17:29:58 10/08/10 Fri

>I thought I'd wait a while before updating a little on
>my new partner and first Frieisan. She is great and a
>pistol. Character galore and SUPER people friendly.
>She is learning at a nice pace and groundwork is going
>well. I noticed she's got a bit of dry skin, and my
>trainer suggested head and shoulders shampoo...any one
>wish to chime in on that? Also she's been rubbing the
>hell out of her tail and I will get some MTG tomorrow,
>and get started on that. She has always been by
>herself prior to me purchasing her, and has never been
>in a herd ...her only interaction was with humans,
>which is why she's so people friendly, I suppose. But
>it took her about 2 weeks and she is fully integrated
>into the herd and made friends with all 6 horses. She
>looks funny amongst the others, because she is black
>and stocky amongst 2 Paints and 3 Saddlebreds, and 1
>QH mix...she sticks out, that's for sure. She is very
>docile, and easy going and gets frustrated if she
>makes a mistake...too funny ! We are bonding nicely,
>and every day is a new adventure with her. She is not
>under saddle yet, but we have to work on groundwork
>first..as you all know :) I am looking for any and
>all advice you can hand out concerning taking her to
>her Keuring for Studbook next year. She will be 4 in
>April, and that gives us plenty of time preparing for
>it, but I have no idea what to expect and where to
>start...so any advice is greatly appreciated. I will
>update again soon, and in the meantime, if you'd like
>to check her out, she even has her own Facebook web
>page:
> >href="http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/profile.php?i
>d=100001554204315&v=wall">http://www.facebook.com/home.
>php?#!/profile.php?id=100001554204315&v=wall

>
>Thanks in advance for all your advice :)
>
>
>
>>Well congratulations you’ll love the breed. Let us
>>know how you and your new Friesian are coming along.
>>
>>
>>
>>>Hi everybody....I thought I'd say hello and jump in
>on
>>>this topic, bc I too am a new and 1st time Friesian
>>>owner. She is 3 Years "old" and ready to learn. She
>>>will come to her new home in 2 weeks, and I can't
>>>wait. She is not my first horse, just my first
>>>Friesian...I always dreamed of owning one and now
>this
>>>dream has come true, and I am overjoyed.
Please done ever ever use head and shoulders shampoo on your horse....I'm a hair salon owner and we use that stuff to REMOVE color stains and to "lift" some color off of hair...it's horrible stuff. it will dry out your horses hair even more. If she has dry skin oyu need to HYDRATE it not remove any oils that are currently protecting it. Talk to someone who knows about skin care i.e your vet, not your trainer. Not to upset any trainers out there, but that stuff really is one of the top 5 worst shampoos. And grats on your new mare =)

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