Take a nap on it!
Going to be talking to the boarding stable owner about them maybe getting too much hay lol!
They sure do love their grooming time!
These boys are such a MESS!! I really don't think they had seen a brush in a very long time but they sure do look forward to it now! I have been grooming them almost everyday for weeks now and am just starting to see the fruits of my labor. Mane and tails are looking healthier and they are loosing alot of that scruffy winter hair and I cut some of the hair that had begun to mat on their bellies, neck and between their legs. I clean their feet everytime they get groomed too which is getting them more used to being messed with and building confidence. Flynn is a little funny about his back hooves and tail being touched. I really think it scared him because he was gelded shortly before I got him and was messed with alot "back there" before he came to me. They poured ice water on his suture area multiple time a day for 2 weeks to keep swelling down! If that doesn't some horrible in itself the temp. was topping out no more than the mid 20's at that point in the year here in MI! Can you say "frost bite" OUCH!! I think I'm gonna let their manes grow out some. They were obviously shaved down last summer. I'm not a huge fan of the half shaved mane thing that seems to be the trend for the mini horse show ring. A "bridle/halter path" I can understand but I feel like when you shave half the mane off them it looks a little silly and takes away from that natural wild beauty that horses have. This is just my thought so I hope I don't offend anyone! I picked up some MTG by Shapley's I read alot of reviews about it and people just seem to rave about it so I thought we would give it a try and see if it speeds up the mane and tail growing process. Plus, Flynn has been doing some tail rubbing I've noticed and I don't want him to start rubbing the hair off!! I should be getting the braided tail socks that I ordered by the end of the week and the goal is to maybe get some nice long bushy manes and tail that maybe drag on the ground a couple inches! Then, IF it ever gets warm out shaving these big wooly pony coats off!! I am very excited to see them look less like furry mules and more like horses! This will be the first time I will have seen their true colors and markings! It will be like unwrapping a Christmas gift!!