Your horse works harder than you do—that’s a fact. While your four-legged pal won’t complain about all the activities they do every day, they depend on their riders, grooms, veterinarians, and caretakers to take care of them. Considering all their hard work, they deserve all the tender, loving care that you can give them.
You don’t need to have the most expensive horse to give them the mane and tail care they need. Taking care of an equine partner’s mane and tail requires much attention to detail and consideration of many factors, such as their diet, supplements, exercise level, daily activities, and the like. You should also remember that not all horses are genetically born to have a thick tail and mane, no matter what supplements, hair products, or tips and tricks you do. The secret to giving your equine pal the best-looking mane and tail is by working with what they have and giving them the best care you can give them.