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Lookee, here's little Secret, just about 6 months old, and her mane is still sticking straight up in the air. We're starting to have visions of her mane being 2 feet long....and still sticking straight up.
 
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LOL I have one like that too. I have tried everything but super glue--just kidding- and it won't stay down either.
 

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Bushy, bushy blond hairdo....,

Was she maybe ........surfin U S A ???????
 

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ha ha ha!

Maybe a mane tamer?

Or, keeping it braided helps alot too!

Good luck!

-Kris
 

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Alot of times with foals it wont lay down until you thin it out a bit. Try clipping a bit of each side and that should help. More then likey she has to much body hair still on there that is holding it up.
 

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How Cute!!!

little Secret looks like she has a mohawk!!

Sorry, I'm no help but I just want you to know - I think she is adorable!!!
 

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WOW....now that's a serious mohawk!!!!


I love using Healthy Haircare Moisterizer (pink in a clear bottle) for training weanlings manes to lay over. Gives the hair just enough weight to lay it over. When I dries out in a few days...I put more on. Don't know how well it would work on an older weanling with THAT much mane tho, I usually start doing this from the time they are about a week old. I think you are going to have to thin & either braid or use a mane tamer. A tight fitting slinky hood can work wonders with an unruley mane!
 

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I am no help with out to fix her mane, but I can help you by taking her off your hands.
 

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Yellowrose, now that you mention it, here is Secret's sire.....



'spose she might have gotten her "do" from him??
 

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