No reason not too but can be a bit lively when they feel the cold air on skin! You should be fine with a bib clip, normallly just a bit exciting after a full clip!
Why are horses fresh after being clipped?
Horse Clipping minimises sweating and will enable him to dry and cool off more effectively. Horse clipping will prevent your horse from catching a chill and it will also cut down on grooming time. Clipping is also a great way to encourage their coat to grow back nicer and glossier for summer.
Should I wash my horse after clipping?
This makes it easier to get all the shampoo residue over out of the coat which is so important. Washing before clip ensures the best possible finish, but it can also be an advantage to wash or towel over the horse after being clipped. Some may think it’s a bit overrated, but it’s often a really good idea.
How long does it take for a horse’s coat to grow back after clipping?
Before beginning to clip, remember that a horse will not be show ready overnight from a clip. Allow at least two weeks for hair to settle and grow out after a clip for optimum result.
Should I clip my horse in spring?
There’s a good chance that a springtime clip will help him regulate his body temperature a bit more as spring warms up. The main thing is to take off the hair that’s making him sweat.
Do horses get cold when clipped?
Horses will start feeling cold below certain critical temperatures. For a clipped horse, or one with a summer coat, the average critical temperature is 40°F. For horses with a thick winter coat, the critical temperature can be as low as 18°F.
How do you fix a bad horse clip?
Pro Fix: Have a plan to condition your horse after clipping! The stinky old school method is to coat him in mayonnaise and cover with a blanket for several hours, then rinse. The new school method is to use a conditioning oil to coat the skin and hair for shine and protection. Always add plenty of elbow grease!