Shapley's No. 1 Light Oil
Highlighter. Before you step into the show ring, you can highlight your horse’s face and nose with a gentle rub of No. 1 Light Oil.
-Detangler. For wind knots, crazy tails, and unruly manes. The Light Oil will leave a bit of a residue, so dirt may stick. But, if you have a major detangling mess on your hands the Light Oil will make fast work of it. It’s easily rinsed out with some Hi Shine Shampoo.
-Shedding hair collector. Spritz your horse with No. 1 Light Oil and then rub your horse down with a towel. This contains most of the shedding hairs, which means less to sweep, less to sneeze about, less to get stuck on your lip gloss.
-Prevent blanket rubs with a light coating before blankets are put on.
-Shine maker. Use No. 1 Light Oil with a spray nozzle to spritz on a light mist of shine. You can follow with a brush.
-Create luster and sheen on manes and tails. Use that same spray nozzle to apply a tiny amount to manes and tails, the No. 1 Light Oil makes the hair light up. Only a tiny bit is needed!
-Protect your show ring tail extensions. No. 1 Light Oil is a great conditioner, and you can use it on your horse’s tail extensions to preserve and condition the hairs.
-Use with tail braids and tail bags for a deep conditioning effect, much like oil treatments for your own hair!
-Snowball repellent for winter. A coating of No. 1 Light Oil on your horse’s hoof sole helps hooves stay clear of the dreaded snowball pack.