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My Top 7 Best (Worst) Horse Clippers

Posted by Simon Harrison on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, In : Clippers 
A countdown of the dirtiest and hairiest horse clippers that I have repaired and serviced.
And you thought yours were bad! just take a look at these horse clippers

At number 7, the hair has made its way through the horse clippers and in to the motor.

No 6 of the dirty horse clippers is the amount of hair blocking the cooling air flow out of the motor and over the blades.

Over oiling of the horse clippers can lead to a build up of hair in the clipper head.

When you see this much horse hair behind t...
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Just how clean are your Horse Clippers?

Posted by Simon Harrison on Saturday, November 14, 2015, In : Clippers 

Are you one of these people that keep their horse clippers clean? or are you one of the ones that just blow the hair away and leave it until next time? Do you always brush all of the hair off after every use? Take the filters off and clean them?

Whatever you do you will be surprised by just how much hair and muck can find its way inside your horse clippers. Here are just a few of the ‘worst’ ones I have had for servicing.

Horse Clipper heads have changed over the years. Airflow from the mot...


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You know when your clippers are......

Posted by Simon Harrison on Saturday, October 18, 2014, In : Clippers 


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Horse Clipper Service

Posted by Simon Harrison on Monday, September 15, 2014, In : Repairs 
Horse Clipper Servicing

Are your Horse Clippers getting hot when you try and clip your horse?

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This is usually caused by an excessive build up of hair in the clippers cooling air flow. Leave them blocked for too long and the clippers will become so hot that you can’t hold them (Imagine how this feels on your horse!). Continue using them and the Thermofuse may pop or worse still the motor burns out.

To help prevent this you should have your clippers cleaned and serviced byOakside Saddlery.

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Shire Horse Harness Repairs

Posted by Simon Harrison on Tuesday, August 26, 2014, In : Repairs 
Another repair on some Shire horse harness. I had to buy another, longer awl blade for this as my other one was too short! Still kept pulling the blade out on every bleeding stitch though!!!!!!!!
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Shire Horse Harness Repair

Posted by Simon Harrison on Monday, August 4, 2014, In : Repairs 

Repairs of a Shire Horse Harness by Oakside Saddlery

http://www.oaksidesaddlery.co.uk/care--repair.php

www.oaksidesaddlery.co.uk
www.oaksidebelts.co.uk

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