Clipping Season is Upon Us, Presented by Kentucky Performance Products

Brrrrrrrr…. it got cold almost overnight here in Missouri, which appears to be the general consensus in most of the midwest. Fall stayed around for a week or two, but Old Man Winter has decided to move in earlier than normal, prompting my horses to fluff up like a woolly mammoth. While I am choosing to let my event horse grow out for a bit before we head off to Florida later in the season, it was time to give my jumper her first clip of the season. Let me tell you, there is nothing quite like the feeling of horse hair everywhere to kick off the winter circuit. We teamed up with Kentucky Performance Products to bring you some shots of your fellow equestrians also suffering through clipping season alongside you in this week’s Instagram roundup.

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Short video of the @liveryman_ Black Beauty Clippers in action 💥✂️⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ As you can see Bambi owned by @karantett doesn’t even need her head collar on, the Black Beauty Clippers are the perfect clipper to give your ponies the best experience 😀✨⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Quiet, battery powered and with the option of using the mains when needed. They leave a perfect finish providing the horse is bathed clean, grease and dirt free ✨ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣Bambi’s coat shining from the inside thanks to Sid’s Garlic Seaweed. ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #clipping #clippingseason #blanketclip #fullclip #lister #liveryman #classics #cumbria #heavyhorse #bigclip #traceclip #hunterclip #clippingservice #loveclipping #creativeclips #a2blades #fineblades #mediumblades #halfneckclip #neckclip #blackbeauty #blend #faceblend #connie #Connemara

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Go Jumping


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