Ehm, sorry but I'm danish and I dont know what the word "pailts" means. Can you maybe try to explain it to me?
Of course.When you go to a competitions in dressage, you can create the horses hair in pailts. Do you understand the word now?
dont you mean plaits. it is hard to describe how to do the perfect plait it is best to just try what what you like.I do dressage and i tend to like bigger plaits for my stallion as he has a big neck it looks better.
Aha! Like these: http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS29qAEhRTeA4FOSdf8dKZwFpAoXKHyPiRZ5ObI5aUQp8_57EPv
Yes I mean Plaits, and it´s like those in the picture LadyBlacksheep.
Practise at home!I always used to plait my horses mane when it was long and now I can plait perfectly
Practice as often as you get the chance (assuming we eventually get Spring weather here )Wash the mane a few days before hand, it's really difficult to plait a super clean mane.Dampen the mane and whack on some hair gel.Divide into equal sections and secure with an elastic band (more plaits make a short neck look longer, and less plaits make a long neck appear shorter).Start plaiting, keeping the cross overs as tight as you possibly can, and plait downwards (near to the neck, not up above the neck, so they lay flat)Are you thinking of sewing them in or using elastic bands ?
I like to try sewing them, but normally is use elastic bands