With The Nettex Coat Shine Spray You Don't Need To Worry

Megan Cookson on Louvaine Rooney Cheshire based, I first sat on a horse when I was 2 years old and carried on riding ever since. I show my horses at County level all over the UK to a high standard, qualifying for the Royal International Horse Show and Horse of the Year Show, which are the two main events of the showing calendar.

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All of my show horses are groomed and turned out in the show ring to a high quality, with the help of the Nettex Grooming Range. I very often use the Nettex Coat Shine Spray on all of my horses, which gives the coat a nice shine and glow, ready for the show ring. I also use this product daily as it acts as a conditioning base, which the horses’ coat requires. When preparing my horses for such as an evening performance I apply the Coat Shine Spray onto the coat, which works as an oil base and use it in conjunction with the Nettex Hi-Shimmer Coat Spray which adds that final touch under the spotlight.

I highly recommend the Nettex Coat Shine Spray, as in the wintery months most shows are situated indoors and you will find your horses coat will not attract the surface dust as to other products do. You may always find yourself trying to get that summer look coat for the winter shows and do whatever it takes, but with the Nettex Coat Shine Spray you don’t need to worry.

The picture you see is of my 8 year Intermediate Show Hunter/Small Hunter Louvaine Rooney early April 2014 at the BSPS Winter Championships – Arena UK.

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