Horses are ingenious when it comes to getting dirty. They always seem to know where to find the sloppiest mud puddle and just how to properly cover themselves in it. Even a stalled horse will stamp a nice manure stain on himself, usually after you’ve given him a bath with the intention of leaving for a show early the next morning.
This month HI Spy wants to know, what are your grooming secrets? What do you do when your pinto comes in from a muddy pasture looking like a solid chestnut? Is there a way to rescue your horse’s tail when it’s been glued together with burrs? How do you deal with those early spring days when you’ve curried until your arm is sore, but that winter coat just keeps on shedding? Leave a comment below and spill your secrets for the good of horses and the sanity of horse owners everywhere. See more HI Spy questions >>