#ClippingChronicles: EN’s Got Those Clippin’ Skills

We asked you last week to show us your clipping skills as we venture into the cold weather season when our horses begin to get all fuzzy and, as a result, sweaty. Clipping is a necessary chore for many horses who stay in full work during the winter, so what better time to get creative than now?

We’ve begun to get some great submissions for our #ClippingChronicles (thanks to Alica MacDonald for allowing us to use her hashtag!), so without further ado here is the first edition of the clipping crazies. Don’t forget to submit yours to us by emailing [email protected] or tagging us on Instagram using @goeventing.

Alica MacDonald gets creative with her leftover clippings.

Alica MacDonald gets creative with her leftover clippings.

Alica MacDonald gets creative with her leftover clippings.

Alica MacDonald gets creative with her leftover clippings.

Teaching the youngest to clip with a tolerant pony is always a fun experience! Photo submitted by EN reader Mickey.

Teaching the youngest to clip with a tolerant pony is always a fun experience! Photo submitted by EN reader Mickey.

Amanda Gustin and her first time trying a clip design.

Amanda Gustin and her first time trying a clip design.

Para Equestrian Michael Saliba shows off his Canadian pride with this clip job.

Para Equestrian Michael Saliba shows off his Canadian pride with this clip job.

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