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I thought these instructions were very clear.I chose hair from three different horses out of our herd. Cut the hair from close to the base of the tail. Making the cut from the underside of the tail will prevent the cut from showing. You only need a hank of hair about the diameter of a pencil from each horse.If cutting the hair from one horse, still make three different cuts to hide the damage. After cutting, tape the hank of hair at the cut end to keep the ends together and neat.Maybe your supervision would be better the next time this happens. It does stink to wait for a horse's mane or tail to grow. I don't think these instructions were meant to cause anyone's horse harm or make someone angry. To hank-cowdog--love this. Thanks for sharing.
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