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Date Posted: 05:22:02 07/27/06 Thu
Author: Megan
Subject: OK to stay natural?
In reply to: Kelsey 's message, "Ahh.." on 16:07:29 07/26/06 Wed

So its OK to leave it alone? I knew of someone who owns a gelding and his mane was down to the start of his legs!! I asked him what he did and the owner said nothing at all. He just left him be. He didnt even brush it that regularly. Only when he was using him for something. Is it OK to just leave it? My Joep has his mane just past his neck. Its beautiful, but a little on the thin side. I would really like it to grow out a bit more. Thats why I was asking about the braiding. I wasnt sure if that was something you had to do to keep it healthy. As far as productss, I heard that cowboy magic is really good for tangles. I have some but have not yet tried it on Joep. Thanks for all the imput!!

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