The only thing that makes a horse's tail thicker or longer is a) its genes and b) making sure it has proper nutrition.
You can try and save what you have, by not brushing it daily and maybe keeping a tailbag on it...but as far as growing hair with eyelash goo (which I'm not even convinced works on eyelashes) I think that's a bit far fetched....
Originally Posted by barka.lounger
u get big old crop and bust that nags ass the next time it even slow down.
All that stuff says it is, is veeeeeerrrrrry expensive "conditioner". A tiny amount in a tiny bottle, with a whopper of a price tag. I would think that any of the MUCH less pricey horse tail specific contitioners would do just as well. Matter of fact, if I wanted to condition my own eyelashes, I'd just put some pantene or biolage on 'em in the shower with my eyes closed, then rinse. I'd think conditioning eyelashes would be of limited use, however.
There is some other stuff for eyelashes that is prescription only, drops that you put in your eye. Not sure how that works but doubtful it would be absorbed by a horse's tail skin. You'd likely have better luck with rogaine...
Uh, NO. Do you have a horse with male pattern baldness of the tail????
I was joking.
You have to take "testamonials" with many large grains of salt. Lots of people will say fabulous things about a product when you pay them money!
Keep in mind that many of the large pharmaceutical companies manufacture not only drugs for people, but also for animals (Pfizer, for example) I am SURE if a drug works, they will repackage it and sell it to horse people. Trust me, the pharma companys exist for profit.
Last edited by Minerva Louise; Aug. 25, 2009 at 09:56 PM.