1. I don't have body clippers.
2. The blades were dull.
3. He still has gawrsh-awful hair lines across his barrel --- from last April mind you
He wasn't shedding out like he should, our temps were heating up, he was miserable, I took a fit and started clipping.
All went well with the first day's clipping (those faithful trimming clippers got a tch hot, when all I did was give him a Tuxedo Cut to keep his chest cool.
Thennnn, I got "scissor happy" because I did such a good job (at least I thought so) and clipped him clear back to his tail the next day - wronnng wronnng wronnng and he's still wearing the hair scars so-to-speak
Thankfully your mane will grow out but next time remember to leave yourself a pigtail so you can get on. My friend did that once, because the horse did have a scraggly ugly mane. The horse just happened was so tall she couldn't see over the top of him, making it necessary to find a rock to stand on, trailer fender, truck bumper ----------- lollol