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post #91 of 194 Old 12-05-2009, 10:33 AM
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post #92 of 194 Old 12-05-2009, 03:04 PM
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Now bear in mind this was the pony which tried to double barrel the first person who tried to clip her

Do You Blame Her? Look What The Clippers Made Her Look Like, Id Kick And Scream To. I'm On The "No Point, Un Natural, Why Do It" Side Of The Fence With The Few Others. I Mean Really. You Clip Because Its Easier For You Who Show To Do Two Hour Work Outs Daily Threw Winter So You Dont Have To Spend The Time Cooling Out The Horse You Worked Into A Later? So They Are Itchy, Pinchy, Un-Naturally Over Stalled and Over Blanketed For Your Benefit To Win A Pretty Ribbon or For You To Have The Time For The Lathering Work Out But Not The Cool Down Part? Weird.
Clippers arn't itchy. Look at this, I get home at 4 from 8 hours in school. I have to work out Geof to keep him in eventing condition. I have to do about an hour and a half to 3 hours of mucking stalls and cleaning the barn after riding an hour, I don't have the time to cool out Geof for 2 hours after I do trot sets with him. It's not fair for him to have salty itchy skin after I ride, so he can get a gall.

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post #93 of 194 Old 12-11-2009, 06:32 PM
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I wanted to bump this back up

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post #94 of 194 Old 12-12-2009, 08:32 AM
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I was sent these a couple of days ago by a lady I supplied a large quantity of various sized circles to a couple of years ago. She did it for a Christmas show, but thought it so funny, she kept them on till they grew out. My first thoughts were they had some kind of disease







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Horses names are Annie & Henry in fancy dress and just Henry ready for a hack out one day the following January. We left the spots on as it caused great hilarity at every show we went to for ages or even hacking round the village.
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lol that is soooo cute!

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post #96 of 194 Old 12-12-2009, 01:47 PM
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^CUTE! I've decided to wait until early Feb. to clip right before we go out to FL. It will save me $150 cause I would probably have to clip again if I did it now anyway!

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post #97 of 194 Old 12-12-2009, 02:04 PM
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I would like to clip my TWH horse mare (Flame) in a flame pattern this spring. Just for fun and to get some good pics. I would have to wait until it's warmer though and not clip really short (she grows like a 3" long coat). Soda is WAY too mouthy for me to blanket her. I put a tail bag on her and it was all goobered on. LOL, I could just see him out there chewing on her blanket and pulling her around with it.
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post #98 of 194 Old 12-12-2009, 04:36 PM
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^ they make a pepper spray like product to spray on blankets, Painter had to have it because he likes to rip the front of his blankets. It is horrible, horrible stuff, but it doesn't hurt them and works quite well, lol. Just wear gloves to apply!
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Sweet, that sounds like a great idea. Then I could clip him in a bubble pattern too! Get it? Soda? LOL, alright I'm a dork.
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post #100 of 194 Old 12-13-2009, 01:34 AM
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I love your pics! Joey looks like a teddy bear and safe to ride. He must be fun.
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