Ok, I bathed her before I started clipping and normally for grooming she stands still and lets me groom her everywhere!!! I used heavy duty horse clippers. I think her problem was that the clippers I hired had an electrical fault and would not cut her hair properly (I later hired a different pair, same brand and they worked fine) so it pulled her hair which made her move around which made me make a mess of her clip and accidentally cut her in a few places/rip off old scabs which made her kick out so everything made everything worse. I took her to the show and she was contesting with 6-18 other horses (mostly around 12 others) and she placed either second or third in every class!!!!!!!!
So I was very proud of her.
Also, when the professional clipped her, we twitched her and she was perfect.