Rubs are often the result of friction - where rugs or tack rub against a friction-less surface (the horses grubby coat!).
Try to wash rugs and neck covers as often as possible. If you take a look at the shoulder area of your rug, chances are it's pretty grubby!
You could use a thin liner under their main rug, which can easily be chucked in the washing machine.
As soon as we get some milder weather, give you horse a bath! We recommend either Wild Wash Medicated Shampoo or EQyss Micro Tek shampoo to really cut through the grub!
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You don't need to use a slippery silicone-based coat shine to keep their coats silky. This natural mane and coat spray is our secret weapon... Spray your horse all over every other day (can be sprayed onto a wet or dry coat) to keep it mosturised and repel dirt. We LOVE this Avocado Mist.
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There are TWO hair regrowth products we sell and having tried so many of them over the years, hand on heart these WORK!
Rub into vulnerable areas 3-4 times a week to keep the coat moisturised, strengthening the hair follicle, or use daily on areas already affected by rubbing.
WHY WE LOVE IT Everyone we know that has used this product raves about it and it's easy to see why. Mega Tek's patented formula conditions the hair follicle, prompting regrowth...
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