Log in to my account Barrel Horse World
Come on in Folks on-line

Today is

You are logged in as a guest. Logon or register an account to access more features.


How to get that shiney coat?????????????

Moderators: crossspur, gotothewhip
Jump to page :
Last activity 2016-05-18 8:12 AM
7 replies, 4208 views

View previous thread :: View next thread
   General Discussion -> BHW Product Research Forum
Click to return to Barrel Talk
Refresh
 
barbarajean9219
Reg. Jun 2008
Posted 2016-04-13 2:31 PM
Subject: How to get that shiney coat?????????????


Regular


Posts: 55
2525
What feed additives are best to get the winter coat off, and get their coat shining!
What about coconut oil? If so what's the best brand!?

Edited by barbarajean9219 2016-04-13 2:51 PM
↑ Top ↓ Bottom
want2chase3
Reg. May 2009
Posted 2016-04-13 7:24 PM
Subject: RE: How to get that shiney coat?????????????



Warrior Mom


Posts: 4351
200020001001001002525
I've been using healthy coat oil and I'm really impressed with the results. My horses are slicking off nicely and have nice soft Shiney coats.
↑ Top ↓ Bottom
turnedout
Reg. Dec 2013
Posted 2016-04-23 4:51 PM
Subject: RE: How to get that shiney coat?????????????


Veteran


Posts: 264
1001002525
Excel EQ has made my boy super shiny!
↑ Top ↓ Bottom
turnedout
Reg. Dec 2013
Posted 2016-04-30 7:46 PM
Subject: RE: How to get that shiney coat?????????????


Veteran


Posts: 264
1001002525
Canola oil!! Affordable and gets them to really shine!
↑ Top ↓ Bottom
amandacamarano
Reg. Aug 2010
Posted 2016-05-03 9:27 AM
Subject: RE: How to get that shiney coat?????????????



Extreme Veteran


Posts: 581
500252525
Location: Wherever They Send Me
I like flax...but I have also heard (never used them) that black sunflower seeds works
↑ Top ↓ Bottom
GLP
Reg. Oct 2013
Posted 2016-05-05 10:38 AM
Subject: RE: How to get that shiney coat?????????????


I just read the headlines


Posts: 4468
200020001001001001002525
I just started feeding the black sunflower seeds. It has been 2 weeks and man, my horses look wet, they are so shiny. One is a black and the other is a sorrel. I have two others that are out in the pasture not being rode right now and while they look great, they are not as shiny as these two. I do not stall either. Plus I have read where the black sunflower seeds are helpful to horses with arthritic conditions. I don't know about that, though, because I am feeding Cur Ost also.
↑ Top ↓ Bottom
run n rate
Reg. Feb 2007
Posted 2016-05-05 5:07 PM
Subject: RE: How to get that shiney coat?????????????



Balance Beam and more...


Posts: 11438
50005000100010010010010025
Location: 31 lengths farms
I can't find the Sunflower seeds with out Bird coating on them, I've used Flax in the past, had more top line improvement than coat improvement. A few years ago I did try the Formula 1 Noni with my gelding and his coat was amazing, looked like a new Penny but for me it was too expensive considering the only thing I noticed with him was the pretty coat and I do mean it was spactacular, the kind that people came over to the trailer to look at, LOL!!!
↑ Top ↓ Bottom
oranges
Reg. Sep 2009
Posted 2016-05-18 8:12 AM
Subject: RE: How to get that shiney coat?????????????


Extreme Veteran


Posts: 396
100100100252525
I THINK although the black sunflower seed provide an amazing shine, the ratio of Omega 3:6 is misbalanced and you MIGHT have issues in the future? Maybe someone more knowledgeable will chime in.
↑ Top ↓ Bottom
Jump to page :
Jump to forum :
Search this forum
Printer friendly version
E-mail a link to this thread
 

© Copyright 2002- BarrelHorseWorld.com All rights reserved including digital rights

Support - Contact / Log in to my account


Working Truck World Working Horse World Cargo Trailer World Horse Trailer World Roping Horse World
'
Registered to: Barrel Horse World
(Delete all cookies set by this site)
Running MegaBBS ASP Forum Software
© 2002-2022 PD9 Software