11 Things To Consider When Clipping A Horse’s Legs

1.Ask Yourself is it Safe Not all horses are easy to clip so before attempting to clip the legs, firstly see if the horse is safe and well-mannered to have his body and face clipped and to manoeuvre and control when doing so. Clipping the legs will entail having yourself in close to and underneath theContinue reading “11 Things To Consider When Clipping A Horse’s Legs”

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A Close Shave – ErgroPro by Clippers Ireland Review

I will start by explaining that my opinion can never be bought therefore this review is a genuine review of a product, I have no connection to the company. I was actually looking for a price on a set of fine clipper blades when I came across an add for a clippers at less thanContinue reading “A Close Shave – ErgroPro by Clippers Ireland Review”

8 Simple Tips To Clipping Safely

Use Your Head If you are clipping, wear a hat. I keep an older skull cap in my kit for clipping so that I don’t end up with hair stuck to my good hat. Clipping out a horse will involve leaning in under the horses belly and having your head in close proximity to theContinue reading “8 Simple Tips To Clipping Safely”

How To Mark Out And Complete An Even Blanket Clip

  If like me you are not blessed with a natural straight eye for things, trying to clip lines on blanket or trace clips can be a nightmare. My natural inability for straight lines is genetic. I blame my mother who left me at one point with a two inch fringe that made me lookContinue reading “How To Mark Out And Complete An Even Blanket Clip”

The A to Z of Clipping Horses

A is for Accurate I will be honest, when it comes to clipping I am as OCD as David Beckham. I’d never risk a horses (or my) safety for a perfect clip, but a good clip is like a classic Chanel bag or the perfect Little Black Dress – it can take your horse’s appearanceContinue reading “The A to Z of Clipping Horses”