Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Some times Llanelian - North wales, sometimes Hull in East Yorkshire (UK)
I'm not suprised she kicked out, perticularly after you cut her.
Your best way would be to call a proffessional, sedate her and get it all sorted out in one go.
If you ever decide to clip again, please make sure you have good quality clippers with sharp blades, that you have someone teach you to tension the blades correctly (too tight and they will blunt very quickly and get very hot, too loose and they don't clip well, I suspect your blades were not tensioned correctly), you get the horse very clean before clipping, you use long strokes and over lap them, that you keep your blades clean and well oiled and go quickly as a bored horse is a fidgity one.
The first time I ever clipped was a mare who didnt like things on her back legs, it took me 40 mins to do a full clip on her and the only bits that looked a bit off were the bits under her belly. If you use one stroke and go as far as you can with it (so from loins up to ears, or from leg up through the shoulder and to her ears.
RIDE your horse FORWARDS and keep him STRAIGHT