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Thanks! I really learned a lot.
the video won’t play for me!
It won’t play for me either… I was looking forward to it too. Even though I have clipped before, the “college” is still a really nice idea and a good refresher for the upcoming shows I’ll be going to.
This is a great video…I love the idea of chordless clippers. I found it very informative
Oh! That looks like a lot of fun to do! Those are some NICE clippers!
Anyone else notice how horribly long that second horse’s feet are? No wonder they’re splitting! The heels are completely underslung, I bet the heel bulbs are pinched. I’m not saying this to be snotty, I honestly hope someone reads this that can get a good farrier out for that horse and they’ll knock back that toe and take back the heels.
It was pretty good. She could have done a better job on showing how to trim a neat bridle path.
Was good but I agree with Beth-Ann and Grey!!
This is a good film for a review on basic clipping. I enjoyed watching it!
very educational- but I really like the way way they look when they are fluffy!
A really good video!!! It has really helped me make sure I have everything down to clip for the first time!! My horse will look awesome for her show!!! Thanks!
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