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Palomino Beauty Secrets
The Surprising Benefits You
Gain By Having a Gorgeous Palomino!
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The Number One most significant
improvement that you can make to a Palomino horse, is to grow a long,
thick, luxurious mane and tail on him or her. If the
horse has conformational flaws, the beauty of the flowing mane
and tail completely take the attention off anything on the
horse that is less than desirable. It not only frames,
but just completes the whole horse making it a stunning sight
to behold. This is the kind of horse fairy tales and
dreams are made of.
There’s nothing like
the sight of a champion Palomino reining horse with its classic mane
flying during a spin. Everyone loves the magical
of a golden
palomino set off by it's long flowing white mane and tail and
what Arabian doesn't look more refined when it's gracefully
arched neck is clothed with a flowing mane?
All gaited horses have their flashing gait shown off by
the beautiful mane and tail keeping time with their steps.
Most Natural Horseman advocates prefer the natural
beauty of an uncropped, natural long mane and tail as nature
Even carousel horses would be
nothing without their thick manes and long tails waving in the
wind as they go around
The classic image of a champion palomino reining horse is dramatically
enhanced by the long mane and tail flying as the horse makes its
spins. Without that, the spin isn't nearly as crowd
pleasing and attention getting.
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None of the fairy tales describe a majestic horse with
anything less than the mane and tail flying in the wind as the
hero gallops in to save the damsel in distress. People
throughout the ages have admired and longed for this kind of
beauty depicted in history.
the Fairy Tale mental images are
what I always wanted, but I couldn't figure out how to
make it a reality for a long time.
Once I discovered how
simple and FAST it is to grow the mane and tail I always dreamed
of, I discovered much more that I didn't expect. I found out that
having a gorgeous horse impacts many more aspects of both the
horse's life and the owner. It changes the way people
react and respond to your horse in unexpected ways, everywhere
The first and most obvious change is that you and your horse
both get noticed a lot! You Suddenly Get TONS of
Attention. Everyone wants to talk to you about your jaw
They compliment, they ooh and aah,
they pet and praise your horse. They ask if they can take
a picture. They want to know everything about your horse.
The horse owners want to know how on earth you got the mane and
tail to grow so long and thick. When
you tell them how FAST and easy it is, they all want to know
This has the secondary side effect of you Meeting Lots of New
People! I am an open and friendly person, but I'm a little
on the shy side when it comes to approaching strangers. I
am not one of those people who will just walk up to someone I
don't know and
As soon as I show up on the scene with one of my
gorgeous horses, every one comes up to ME and starts talking.
I can't tell you how many new friends I have made because of
has really added a whole new dimension to my life because
I was so shy, that I had trouble meeting new people.
That is not the case anymore! Now, thanks to my
horses, I have more friends than I know what to do with!
A friend even met her future husband this way.
He came up to her and started talking to her about her horse.
It's a real ice breaker and conversation starter!
This next observation is one that I suspected for a long time,
but couldn't really prove it until I made my horses stand out by
having attention getting beauty.
I had horses that I was showing that I KNEW were better
than some of the prettier, flashier horses that were getting
better ribbons than me in the shows. I knew it was because
my "Plain Jane" horse wasn't catching the judge's eye or even
getting a second look. It isn't fair, but its human
nature. Our eye is naturally drawn to what is pleasing to
the eye...so we give it more of our attention.
Once my horses became the most stunning horse in the show
ring, the tables were turned. I started
winning WAY more ribbons with the same horses!!
I hate to admit it, but now I sometimes think that my horses win
over horses that are better than they are, just because they
stand out. I feel bad...well, just a little!
All this attention often leads to another unexpected
surprise- FREE Publicity! I've been on club trail
rides, poker rides, charity rides and other various types of
organized rides where the press has been there from newspapers,
different magazines and all kinds of publications. The
same is true for horse shows, training seminars, fairs and
exhibitions that I have gone to.
you think the professional photographers want to get a
picture of? They want the most beautiful horse there
that everyone is making a big fuss over. They know
that the public loves to see
pictures of beautiful horses. They always gravitate right
to me and my horse.
has resulted in me getting free publicity for my barn, which
helped to fill it up. I also have gotten a ton of free
publicity for my training services and even for selling horses
and getting bookings for my breeding stallion.
And, almost always, the photographer will mail me copies of the
pictures they take, just for asking for them. Then I use
those professional quality pictures in my paid advertising.
This makes me look way more professional than if I had just
taken pictures myself.
People very often contact me when they see my horses in some
newspaper or magazine and inquire more about what I have to
offer. Once, when a picture was taken of one of the horses
during Summer Camp, the rest of the Summer Camp filled up
immediately when the picture appeared in the local newspaper!
Newspaper Editors know that people always love pictures of
animals. I can't tell you how much this has helped my
business and increased my bottom line- ALL FOR FREE!
I have found that I can Save a Lot of Money buying a
plain looking horse because the current owners don't put that
much value on it. They think there is nothing special or fancy
or pretty about their horse, so they price it low.
With today's market the way that it
is, people are practically giving away the more plain, boring looking horses. You can get great horses right now for next to nothing! In many cases, people are even giving away horses they can't afford to feed anymore. Some of these are really awesome horses that just need a little help in the grooming department.
I look for these knowing that I can get them cheap and turn them
into Grows YOUR Horse's Manes and Tails. If you are looking for your first
horse, and need to keep the price low, I'd look for a good horse
that is on the plain side because you know you can make it
The next point is rather obvious, but I'll say it anyway.
you make any horse more beautiful, You Increase Its
Value. A beautiful horse is always going to sell for
more money and quicker than a horse of equal quality that does
not have the outstanding looks. The best way to make a horse
more beautiful and even to hide some flaws, is to grow a breath
taking mane and tail on it.
will scramble to pay top dollar for a horse their friends
Since making a horse beautiful increases its value, I have taken
that a step further to Make Extra Money with it. I
have bought many of those "ugly duckling" horses and magically
turned them into beautiful swans seemingly over night. I
love it when sometimes the previous owner sees what they gave
up! They can't believe the miraculous change!
actually sold horses for several times what I paid
for them simply by growing a thick flowing mane and tail
and cleaning them up. I can count on an average of
three to four inches of growth on the mane and tail per
month, so in just three or four months, I can add a foot
makes a rapid and drastic difference in the way the horse looks
in a really short time!
I can't help but swell with Pride when I look at my 16 year old gelding
that is completely blind. I've had him for about 10 years
and he's been blind about 4 years now. When I look at him,
I can't explain the pride and joy that I feel because he is so
beautiful! I could spend hours just primping and pampering
him and admiring his breathtaking beauty. His thick
forelock goes down past his nose and covers his eyes, so most
people don't even realize he is blind.
He is so gentle and trusting and sweet, that people are
shocked when I brush his forelock away from his eyes to reveal
that he is totally blind. They
can't believe that he is so calm for not being able to see a
I used to show him all the time and he loved it.
decided that I think he would like for us to get back in the
show ring again. I don't want him to be treated any
differently from the
sighted horses, but I feel confident that no one will even know
with his beautiful forelock covering his eyes and his stunning
mane and tail taking the attention away anyway.
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"Thank You Beth! I never thought one little
ingredient could make such a huge difference in Mystic growing a
longer, thicker mane and tail. After only 2 months, I can't believe how
beautiful he is. Thanks
-Kinnesswood, Kincross United Kingdom
"Do you give the horse
or clothe his neck with a flowing mane?"
(Job 39:19 NIV)
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pictures. You've gotten me so excited! Thanks
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