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World-Class Braiding: Manes & Tails

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Style Code : 54-WOCLBR


    • Braiding down—a nice, tight, smooth braid is the key to a sophisticated finish.
    • Using thread, yarn, or rubber bands.
    • Properly finishing and removing braids to avoid hair damage.
    • Unpulled manes and long manes.
    • Braiding forelocks.
  • Braiding a horse’s mane kind of comes with the territory—who can resist playing with all that hair? While it may begin as a downtime activity on a rainy afternoon or fun with friends after riding lessons, braiding takes on a life of its own when it comes to competition. Professional grooms and others who braid on the show circuit can make a living doing just that when they have the skills to do it fast and do it well. Professional grooms Cat Hill and Emma Ford, co-authors of the bestselling World-Class Grooming for Horses, have braided thousands of horses for a variety of disciplines over the course of their esteemed careers in the equestrian industry. Now they’ve highlighted those skills in a book conceived to be a helpful barn companion—one you can take with you and keep in your tack trunk, providing a go-to reference whenever you need it. Chock full of full-color photographs that illustrate every step of the process, readers learn techniques

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World-Class Braiding: Manes & Tails