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That's nice, but please note that I do not let my photos be used for coats on black pearl. That means that you may not do free linearts from them that can be used there either. Also, I need to be credited be the users as well.
You basically trim the coat to make it shorter. It might be good if you have thick coat, or exercise the horse a lot ( = a lot of sweating). Up here we get long, cold and dark winters, where the horse automatically produce a very thick coat. Even the arabians tend to do this It sometimes becomes very inconvinient to have a coat that thick if you want to exercise the horse, and some people will clip either most of the coat or part of it to make it easier to get the horse dry after having exercised it.
... And then there are of course those that clip the coat because they think it looks nice
I personally only clip when i's absolutly necessary, and never more than what is needed. But everyone do things differently