Horse Clipping Tips

In this FREE e-book, gain horse-grooming secrets and learn how to clip your horse for a show.

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For a lot of people, coming into show season off the winter months means grooming a horse with a thicker coat. Heavier winter coats mean clipping lines are more likely. As an exhibitor, you want your horse’s hair to appear seamless and without lines.

In Horse Clipping Tips, AQHA Professional Horsewoman Margo Lea Ball shares professional horse-grooming tips and secrets with her step-by-step process for clipping a wooly horse.

With step-by-step photos, Margo walks you through:

  • How to clip a horse’s ears.
  • How to clip a horse’s face.
  • How to clip a horse’s legs, including solid-color and white legs.

Horse Clipping Tips covers:

  • Size of clipper blades you’ll need and how to use each size.
  • Extra grooming products you’ll want to have on hand.
  • Tricks to keep your horse happy through the clipping process.

Download the FREE e-book Horse Clipping Tips and get the inside track on how to clip a horse without lines. Your horse will be looking stellar come show season!

About the Expert

AQHA Professional Horsewoman Margo Lea Ball has been training and showing American Quarter Horses for more than 40 years, with several halter world champions and performance Superiors to her credit. She has produced training DVDs on showmanship and grooming. An AQHA judge for more than 30 years, Margo holds cards with several organizations. 

Margo and her brothers, Tom and Wayne, own and operate Ball’s Quarter Horses and Stallion Station in their native Fort Collins, Colorado. 

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