Cowboy Magic-Detangler and Shine
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Jennifer
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Rating: 5

Such a time saver!

posted 5 years ago

I love this stuff. It is such a time saver when trying to condition and get knots out of my horses manes and tails. Put some either on the brush/comb or directly on the tail and work in- knots come out right away. The horses manes and tail look nice and conditioned- makes them grow faster and less breakage.

Pros: works great-

Cons: go through it so fast!

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Lhunne
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Rating: 4

This stuff works!

posted 5 years ago

My horse has a very coarse tail and I have used dozens of detanglers and conditioners and this by far the best one. Makes his tail very easy to comb. Everyone comments on the sheen of his tail. Love this stuff!

Pros: smells great; detangles instantly

Cons: none

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