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  • Horse body clipping ca
  • Horse body clipping, bay arlea, ca

 
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    12-09-2008, 03:49 PM
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Clipping in CA

I want to get my mare body clipped but I don't know anyone who is good ... does anyone body clip or know someone in the Bay Area?

Thanks!
     
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    12-09-2008, 06:28 PM
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Hey I'm from the Bay Area originally (moved to OR a year and a half ago) I lived in Concord and boarded my horses in Walnut Creek! I actually lived in Livermore for a little while as well . Unfortunately I'm not going to be very helpful at the moment , My BO in the WC was a clipping master, but she sold the place and I lost touch One of my best friends is also from the Bay although she lives in Las Vegas now, but I'll see if she knows anyone!
     
    12-09-2008, 07:41 PM
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Sweet thanks! I know that word of mouth is the best so that's why I thought it would ask here ... I just got a training job at a barn in Walnut Creek and might see if they have someone who can do it there if I don't find someone in the Livermore area.

Let me know if your friend knows someone!

Thanks!
     

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