Tidy up your horse's tail top!  No clippers or pulling! visit proequinegrooms.com

Tidy up your horse's tail top! No clippers or pulling! visit proequinegrooms.com

Palomino boy would I like to know who chopped  his tail off like that ,  you pull a horses tail and mane

Palomino boy would I like to know who chopped his tail off like that , you pull a horses tail and mane

We braided this horse's tail with a diamond design. Just make ponytails and split them in two for each level.

We braided this horse's tail with a diamond design. Just make ponytails and split them in two for each level.

Ketchup for tail whitening...wet tail apply ketchup to stained area...leave on no longer than 15 min. (More gets pink tail) Rinse. Shampoo. Conditioner on for 10 min. and rinse. These photos were on FB.

Ketchup for tail whitening...wet tail apply ketchup to stained area...leave on no longer than 15 min. (More gets pink tail) Rinse. Shampoo. Conditioner on for 10 min. and rinse. These photos were on FB.

Horse tail knot. One custom that has been handed down through generations of Great Basin buckaroos is tying a horse's tail into a "war knot." The knot keep the horse's tail out of the way, especially when the buckaroo is roping. If the horse is switching its tail, the rope can slip under the horse's tail more easily and cause a wreck. The knot also keeps the tail out of the mud in inclement weather. How to: http://www.cowboyshowcase.com/tying-war-knots.html

Horse tail knot. One custom that has been handed down through generations of Great Basin buckaroos is tying a horse's tail into a "war knot." The knot keep the horse's tail out of the way, especially when the buckaroo is roping. If the horse is switching its tail, the rope can slip under the horse's tail more easily and cause a wreck. The knot also keeps the tail out of the mud in inclement weather. How to: http://www.cowboyshowcase.com/tying-war-knots.html

Did you know? Back in the day, equestrians often didn't have time to greet and speak with all the other riders before a foxhunt... so they put ribbons in their horses' tails to communicate what otherwise couldn't be communicated while racing over the fields.

Did you know? Back in the day, equestrians often didn't have time to greet and speak with all the other riders before a foxhunt... so they put ribbons in their horses' tails to communicate what otherwise couldn't be communicated while racing over the fields.

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