Shedding Season is coming soon, and for some it has arrived. Grooming might have to change a bit as the horses start to shed “I call this PLAN B”, which means your regular maintenance brushes will not be as functional for this type of season.
So here’s my PLAN B:
Step One start with a great shedding blade. Now there are several out there I prefer the older style for it takes the hair out that has already started to release, some of the others actually FORCE THE PROCESS AND PULL the hair leaving bald areas and your horse cold when it needs the hair still to keep warm, so I like to work with Mother Nature more and not force it. One of my favorite steps and one I suggest is using Hydrate 24 (spray with the Hydrasol mister) all over the body before, I find this helps prevent the hair from flying all over and onto us too!)
Step Two follow up with our MLH deep curry, if you need more H24 then spray more.
Step Three find a brush that can be used after the curry, out regular body brushes will not work as well for the hair will get jammed in the bristles, so here’s my favorite go to: the MLH MAINTENANCE BRUSH FOR THE MANE, this strong work horse is amazing for sweeping though the coat and picking up the extra hair and dirt with a gentle massage effect too. The brush is great on the legs and for removing some stubborn dirt too. Again use the H24 and finish with H24.
Continue your Maintenance with the above steps until shedding has subsided and you can then continue with your H24 dry groom system and regular maintenance program.
Step Four H24 for the manes, tails, forelock, feather, or shock or polisher….rotate as needed.
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