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RE: removing mud...

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Posted by: PH Cody at Fri Jan 21 07:59:01 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PH Cody ]  
   

>>Any tips on removing mud from a horse? I can't bathe her because of the cold temperatures. Maybe just use a metal curry?
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>>-Gin and her 3-year-old paint mare, Emily.
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We use rubber curries here, and a stiff brush. I prefer rubber to the metal ones simply because I can scrub harder and use it on more areas of the horse without hurting them.

Another thing you can do is "bathe" her using hot, wet towels on one section at a time, and dry each section with dry towels as you go.

Good luck!
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PH Cody
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