There are many different designs and styles when it comes to clipping your horse, there are also many things you should consider when deciding which style of clipping will suit your horse best: How much does your horse sweat? When your horse is stabled How badly your horse feels the cold How much exercise your horse does Whether your horse spends the day out in a field How many times your horse has been clipped beforeThere are many different types of clips including: Full clip - Where the entire coat is removed, leaving the horse with no protection or warmth; meaning the horse will need to be kept in a stable the majority of the time. Blanket clip - Like it sounds, a blanket size piece of hair is left unclipped along with the legs in face. This clip works well for horses that are turned out during the day. Hunter Clip - This is a very popular clip where most of the hair is removed but a patch is left for protection from the saddle and hair is left on the legs for warmth. There are many other types of clips too, but you can also so get very creative with your horse's clipping.