Month: September 2014
4 tablespoons clear or natural henna – optional
6 to 8 eggs – beaten
7 tablespoons of either avocado, hemp, rice bran or flax oil
A few drops of your favorite essential oils
You will need a bowl to whip up this conditioner fresh as needed. It is a nourishing meal complete with vitamin E and protein for mane and tail. The clear henna leaves a rich shine. Massage the mixture into your horses’ mane and tail and allow it to sit for 15 minutes, then rinse or shampoo as usual. Directions: Beat eggs, add henna and oil and beat until well mixed; apply.
Recipe from http://www.Holistichorse.com
Took Belle to the Blue Ribbon Horse Show this weekend. Briar and Belle did great, they are still getting used to each others. However, they are quickly becoming a strong team. They entered Showmanship, Hunter under saddle, English Equitation, English Pleasure, Western Horsemanship, Western Pleasure and in all classes they walked away with first and seconds! At the end of the show she received High point in English Novice, great job to the both of you!
Another amazing creation by Lisa Bullock! Briar has had a growing spurt and it was time to invest in some new show clothes. I have to say, Lisa’s work has surpassed my expectations. The new show clothes are gorgeous and they fit so well. Thank you Lisa!
If you are looking for great show clothes at affordable prices, I recommend Lisa Bullock at firstname.lastname@example.org