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Horse Coat Oil

Horse Coat Oil
Heritage Downs Coat Oil
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Heritage Downs Coat Oil to repel biting insects and leave a healthy shining coat

Heritage Downs Coat Oil has been specially formulated with our own blend of protein enriched Soya Bean Oil & the purest essential oils with vitamin E to nourish hair follicles, promote hair re-growth and to revitalise the skin.

Simply massage small amounts into area required. A small amount onto a soft brush & lightly coat the body, mane & tail, will leave a beautiful show shine.

As oils on the skin & coat can burn in the sun, we recommend rugging or stabling your animal. Alternatively, apply product late afternoon and the oil will easily absorb into the coat and hair overnight. This will also provide overnight protection from biting insects!

For best results, firstly wash the coat with Heritage Downs Sulphate free Shampoo & Conditioner, to remove all dirt and dead skin, before applying Coat Oil..

Available in 375ml ($17.95) or 1Ltr ($29.75)

Heritage Downs Coat Oil

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