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Downunder Horsemanship - General
May 8, 2012

Update about Beans

  It is with mixed emotions we share that Beans is no longer at the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch. Keeping Bean’s best interests in mind, Clinton has asked a good friend to look after his favorite dog. If you’ve been to the ranch for a clinic, lesson or filming session, you’ve probably met the curious Dachshund. […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
May 8, 2012

Teeing off to Support Make-A-Wish

  Two of our team members, Jim Burkhead and Mark Tarver, represented Downunder Horsemanship last Monday at “Wish Upon a Par” a golf tournament held in Fort Worth. The event was presented by Pinnacle Bank to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas. Jim and Mark not only enjoyed a day of golf, but were […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
May 8, 2012

Fundamentals with Professional Clinician Shana Terry

  Imagine spending five days on the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch with nothing to do but focus on your relationship with your horse. That’s exactly what Professional Clinician Shana Terry is offering this fall in her October 1-5 Fundamentals Clinic. If you’d like to learn the Fundamentals level of the Method hands on in 2012 at […]

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Training Tips
May 1, 2012

Training Tip of the Week: Mouthy Horse Tip – Prevention is better than cure

The best way to handle a horse that gets mouthy is to never let the problem develop in the first place. Horses that get mouthy are often bored and looking for attention. The more you work with your horse, moving his feet forwards, backwards, left and right, the more he’ll use the thinking side of […]

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Clinton Anderson
May 1, 2012

Clinton’s May

This month Clinton will be focused on teaching clinics, wrapping up the 10-day Fundamentals that started in April and hosting his first ever Confidence Clinic. Amid welcoming clinic participants and helping them establish a better partnership with their horses, Clinton will train his personal horses and instruct Academy students, helping them round out their last […]

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No Worries Club
May 1, 2012

May NWC DVD – Foal Training

This month’s club DVD is all about making sure your foal gets off to the right start, from imprinting to teaching your youngster Fundamentals groundwork exercises. When it comes to raising foals, a lot of people make the mistake of only loving and rubbing on them and then wonder why their cute babies grow up […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
May 1, 2012

Downunder Horsemanship on Air

Whether you tune in to watch Clinton’s Downunder Horsemanship on RFD-TV, FSN or HRTV or view FREE full-length episodes on DownunderHorsemanship.TV, we’ve got an exciting line up of educational and inspirational programming. The current season of RFD-TV is winding down with four new episodes left. Two of the episodes feature country music stars Chris Cagle […]

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Training Tips
April 24, 2012

Training Tip of the Week: When it feels good, it is good.

Feel is one of the hardest things for me to teach people. When teaching vertical flexion, I wish that I could say, “When the horse tucks his head in, turn loose and reward him.” But I can’t because it’s not about where the horse puts his head, it’s how he feels in your hands. It’s […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
April 24, 2012

Fundamentals Training Horses

A Must Do for Horses and OwnersWe made the decision to send our horse, Sunny, to Downunder Horsemanship when we realized the work we were putting in was not getting us the results we wanted. Throughout the weeks Sunny was in training, our trainer Bobbie Pickrell stayed in touch and let us know the progress […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
April 24, 2012

Great Savings on the All-New Foal Training Series

“It’s never too early to start a horse’s training.” That’s Clinton’s philosophy when it comes to building a foundation of success for horses. In the new Foal Training series, Clinton reveals how to make the most of a foal’s first weeks from imprinting the newborn to taking the young horse through the Fundamentals level of […]

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