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Feb 07

Posts: 392

Faron says:

To grow or not to grow!

Happy New Year everyone!

It has been a while since I've been on properly! I was flicking through some pictures today of Konnor and I cannot decide if I should let his hair grow really long or leave it really short! Can I get some opinions? I wont be doing big time shows this year so either way I don't think it matters. My boyfriend thinks it's cool long but I'm unsure!

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Apr 08

Posts: 572

Kimmy1908 says:

Re: To grow or not to grow!

Definitely short! :) x x

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Jul 08

Posts: 1173

Philly29 says:

Re: To grow or not to grow!

short short short :)

Horses are like chocolates; you can't just have the one!

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Mar 09

Posts: 3438

Micki says:

Re: To grow or not to grow!

I usually love really long manes but as he doesn't have the feather to go with it then deffinitely short. Long manes need lots of feather and thick tails to go with it.

. .A horse is a thing of such beauty. . .none will tire of looking at him as long as he displays himself in his splendor. ~Xenophon

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Dec 09

Posts: 6

kgarton says:

Re: To grow or not to grow!

I vote long...... then again I have welshies...... so long tail and feathers to go with my boys long trimmings up front. 

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Aug 08

Posts: 2327

Vik1 says:

Re: To grow or not to grow!

short!  I think hed look quite scruffy with a long mane.  Plus if you let it go long and then have to pull it, it could thin it too much.  Youd end up having to use like a solo comb or similar and if not used well it can look 'cut'.

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