12-25-2011, 09:57 PM
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You need to get a pair of clippers, and have the blade sharpen before using them, don't waste your money on a cheap pair.
I have always bought Oster or Cattle Master clippers
But before you invest in a pair, see if you can barrow a pair to see if your horse will even stand for clipping.
If your going to be showing this horse clipp afew days before the show, or if it is just for grooming,then do it when it starts to get a little stubble around the nose, bridle path depends on how fast the mane grows, ears I guess that all depends on how the horse is kept, stall or pasture.
I only clipped my show horses ears, the ear hair helps keep the dirt and bugs out.