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Shaving Patterns Into Horses

There’s a reason why so many little girls grow up dreaming of one day owning a horse. They are gorgeous animals that can run, play and be your best friend. Every time I drive past a team of horses, I get immediately jealous and filled with a desire to pull over and spend time with them. The point is, I love them. I never thought that my horse obsession could get any more powerful than it already is, but after seeing these photos I realize just how wrong I was. 

JMC Equestrian in England has developed a special opportunity for horses that is turning heads across the globe. As part of their grooming process, the caretakers have given owners the opportunity to give their horses very unique haircuts. The cuts range in everything from a dreadlocked mane to a full royal emblem. If you think this is a wild idea, you are one hundred percent right. JMC has released photos that show what these horses look like after their cuts and it is just as jaw dropping as you would imagine. 

Horses are some of the most beautiful animals on Earth, so how can you improve on their natural look? JMC Equestrian has the solution.


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Instead of simply clipping and grooming their animals, JMC has added a little extra flair. This horse looks like a young Taylor Swift.

Each horse looks unique and the team is committed to making every horse look as incredible as possible.


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The caretakers don’t just style the mane, they also add detailed patterns to every coat.


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It’s not all just for fun, horses need to get clipped in the winter in order to prevent sweat from sticking to their hair and lowering their body temperatures.


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This guy is already getting excited for next St. Patrick’s Day.


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The horses love showing off their fresh looks.


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This regal stallion has a coat that is more than impressive.


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What if every horse looked like this?


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The coat on this horse took over 3 hours to complete, and it was worth it.


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Hopefully this trend spreads and one day this will be an average looking horse.


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Via: Boredom Therapy