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#12268109 - 09/13/17 I don't know how he does it?  
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For something that doesn't have fingers and thumbs he sure ties good knots in his maine. laugh I can't get it untangled.

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#12268440 - 09/13/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Pat85]  
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That's a nice one.

#12268573 - 09/13/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Pat85]  
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In the shadow of the Kenai Mtn...
Another horse with him.

IMO, don't cut it out/off. Soak it in hair conditioner. Run a sharp knife through it lengthwise until you can get a mane comb through it.


If you take the time it takes, it takes less time.
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#12269309 - 09/14/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: ironbender]  
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Originally Posted by ironbender
Another horse with him.


Yes there is.

#12269351 - 09/14/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Pat85]  
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Soak the tangle with mineral oil then untangle it with you hands, then wash and condition, forget the knife it will really screw up a mane. Rio7

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#12269385 - 09/14/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Pat85]  
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wd-40 works, too.....

#12269757 - 09/14/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Pat85]  
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See a lot of people spray WD-40 on maines at the horse auctions.

#12269822 - 09/14/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Pat85]  
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but do they spray it on manes?

#12269903 - 09/14/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: huntsman22]  
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Originally Posted by huntsman22
but do they spray it on manes?


Them too! And tails.

#12271115 - 09/14/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Pat85]  
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Keeps 'em from squeakin'!!

Bravo

#12277060 - 09/17/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Pat85]  
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I've done the wd40 and even tried something my wife uses. Anymore though and snags that bad I'd just cut it out. But I don't have show horses.

Usually when mine do that I find a burr or twig in it too.

#12306232 - 10/01/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Pat85]  
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This is a mystery!

#12308030 - 10/02/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Pat85]  
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I call em wind knots, my wife calls em fairy braids. Regardless, when it is that bad I just cut it and move on.

#12308577 - 10/02/17 Re: I don't know how he does it? [Re: Robster]  
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In the shadow of the Kenai Mtn...
Originally Posted by Robster
I call em wind knots, my wife calls em fairy braids. Regardless, when it is that bad I just cut it and move on.


That's why I suggested above just running a sharp knife THROUGH the knot.
It doesn't cut it OUT, but cuts it APART.
It does not leave a hole in that spot.


Once done, the mane can be combed out.


If you take the time it takes, it takes less time.
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