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Liveryman/ Liscop/ Wolseley A6 Coarse Clipper Blades
- Suitable for Liveryman/ Liscop/ Wolseley clippers
- Bottom blade contains 18 teeth and the top blade contains 24 teeth
- Leaves 3mm of hair
- Suitable for general clipping horses and cattle
- Ideal for use on thick dense coat
The A6 Coarse Clipper Blades are suitable for Liveryman/ Liscop/ Wolseley clippers. The bottom blade contains 18 teeth and the top blade contains 24 teeth, leaving 3mm of hair. The A6 coarse clipper blade is suitable for general clipping horses and cattle, and is ideal for use on thick dense coat.
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As the evenings get cooler and the temperature drops, your horse’s coat will start to change. It will become duller and thicker. As September begins, you should think, when should I clip my horse’s winter coat? For most horses, the first clip will be in late September or the beginning of October and throughout the winter months, you will continue to clip right through to February.