What do people feed their stock-type halter horses to get them looking so nice? I wanted to put my show mare on a "halter horse diet" to bulk her up and make her easy to keep shiny. She gets about 5 pounds of Nutrena SafeChoice Performance (14% protein,15% fiber, 9% fat, less than 1% lysine) and free choice brome/alfalfa mix hay all day. She's a decent weight right now but she's got on her winter bod, so in the next couple I'll be working on getting her in-shape and pretty again. Along with her workout regimen, I know I need to add some sort of extra fats in order to do that. What economical fat sources do you recommend? What quantity do you feed of this in order to be not too much/not too little? (She weighs around 1100). I've seen people on here recommend all different types of oils but those threads are old and I didn't want to revive them to ask how much to feed. Also, she's a pretty dark bay and I'd like to keep her that way. I've heard paprika is a way to help them stay dark during the summer months. What quantity do you need to feed of this in order to be effective? Is there any other secrets that the halter-horse enthusiasts have to get a horse big 'n shiny? (I am trying to steer clear from the big name equine supplements because I like to save money!) Thanks everyone!