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Training Tips
December 31, 2012

Training Tip of the Week: Don’t ignore a spooky object

  When your horse spooks at an object or refuses to cross an obstacle, don’t just ignore it and move on. Deal with the object and teach your horse not to fear it. As a trainer, you should constantly be expanding your horse’s comfort zone. Your horse’s comfort zone is made up of the environment […]

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 31, 2012

Happy New Year from Downunder Horsemanship

  We hope 2013 proves to be a year in which you improve your horsemanship and meet personal training goals. Clinton will be challenging himself by polishing his skills as a showman in both reining and reined cow horse competitions. He encourages you to test your skills by trying a new discipline or challenging yourself […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 31, 2012

Experience the Method Live in 2013

Clinton is bringing his Walkabout Tour to six locations across the country next year. The two-day events offer something for all levels of horsemen and are jampacked with not only instruction on the best horsemanship method in the world, but inspiration and innovation that only Clinton and Downunder Horsemanship can provide. The tour program will […]

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Training Tips
December 24, 2012

Training Tip of the Week: Avoid taking a scary object away when the horse is moving his feet

  Timing, meaning when you release the pressure is critical when training horses, especially when desensitizing. When you’re desensitizing your horse, never take the object/pressure away until the horse stands still and shows a sign of relaxing. If you take the object away while the horse is moving his feet and using the reactive side […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 24, 2012

Happy Holidays from Downunder Horsemanship

  Happy Holidays from Clinton and the Downunder Horsemanship team! We hope you get to spend the season with those you love, and of course the special horses in your life. We’ve appreciated your support throughout the year and look forward to helping you work toward reaching your personal horsemanship goals in 2013. The Downunder […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 24, 2012

New View of the Ranch

It may have looked like our production crew was out playing with remote control planes last month at the ranch, but they were really getting never-before-seen camera angles of the barns, arenas, obstacle course and miles of trails. A mini-helicopter equipped with a camera was flown all over the ranch, catching daily behind-the-scenes activities as […]

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Training Tips
December 18, 2012

Training Tip of the Week: Treats should be a surprise for your horse

  I often get asked if feeding treats will cause a horse to become pushy or to bite. The answer is it depends. Feeding your horse treats won’t teach him to be mouthy as long as you give him treats correctly.

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 18, 2012

Employee Appreciation

On Thursday, Clinton is treating the Downunder Horsemanship team to a group lunch catered by Stephenville’s best BBQ, the Hard 8. (If you’ve been in town for a clinic, you know how drool-inducing the Hard 8’s food is!) Since the start of his career as a clinician, Clinton has been adamant about surrounding himself with […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General No Worries Club
December 18, 2012

Club Members: We Want Your Horse Problems

For a few of next year’s No Worries Club DVD exclusives, Clinton will work one-on-one with members and their horses to solve common problems that plague horse owners. So if you’re a member with a frustrating horse problem that’s holding you back or eroding your confidence, help is here. No problem is too big or […]

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Training Tips
December 11, 2012

Training Tip of the Week: Why you should tie your horse up

  Tying a horse up for long periods of time accomplishes many important things in your training. I have a little saying, “End each training session by tying your horse up to the ‘Tree or Post of Knowledge.’” When you tie your horse up after a training session, it teaches him not only respect and […]

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