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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
November 5, 2013

Colt Starting Clinic, Part 2

This month’s lesson takes members back to the colt starting clinic to watch participants put the first ride on their colts and then take the young horses on the trail. During the clinic, each horse was ridden three times in a roundpen, and then a couple of rides were put on the horses in the […]

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
November 5, 2013

Clinton Looking Fab

Last week at the ranch, dirt was flying in the arena and adrenaline was palpable in the air. Clinton and his 3-year-old stud, Jackson, were going full throttle, putting on their best moves working cattle for a photo shoot. Clinton competed on the roan stud in the Snaffle Bit Futurity in Reno just a few […]

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Uncategorized
November 5, 2013

Own the Horse of Your Dreams

  Whether you’re looking to build your confidence with a safe, dependable, well-trained horse or want to achieve a greater level of understanding of the Method, Clinton Anderson Signature Horses provide an unparalleled opportunity to build a lasting relationship with the perfect partner. Signature Horses are hand-selected by Clinton for their dispositions, conformation and athletic […]

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Training Tips
October 29, 2013

Training Tip: Choose Your Horse’s First Trail Wisely

  When you ride your horse outside for the first time, I’ve found that it is best if you can give him a path to follow so that you can just put some steady miles under his feet. Ideally, I like to take my horses out on a wide dirt road where I can walk, […]

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
October 29, 2013

Three-Day Fundamentals Clinic Draws Big Crowd

“Your horse will only give you what you’re willing to put into him.” That’s a lesson participants in Clinton’s Fundamentals clinic learned last week. Over 200 spectators came out to watch the clinic, too! The three-day event got underway Friday, October 25th and finished Sunday, October 27th.

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Uncategorized
October 29, 2013

NWC Members: Second Live Q&A With Clinton Set

  Clinton is picking up the phone again to chat with his No Worries Club members and answer their horse training questions! The second live Q&A for club members will be held on Tuesday, November 12th, 7 PM – 8 PM CST. The hour-long session is free for members and limited to the first 1,000 […]

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Training Tips
October 22, 2013

Training Tip: The Concept Lesson

  When you first teach a horse something, it’s a concept lesson. In the concept lesson, your goal is to get the general idea of the lesson across to the horse. When you first ask a horse to do something, he won’t automatically know what to do. In fact, he’s probably going to do everything […]

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
October 22, 2013

Clinton On The Cover

  Be sure to check out the November issue of Horse Illustrated – Clinton is on the cover! The clinician is riding his American Quarter Horse mare Catinthehat (High Brow Cat x Shine Smartly). Clinton showed “Kit” in 2011 in working cow horse competitions. (Log on to the No Worries Club website and follow this […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
October 22, 2013

Get Decked Out In DUH Gear

  Have you heard? We’ve added new must-haves to our clothing line. Whether you prefer t-shirts, hoodies, pullovers or zip-ups, we’ve got you covered.

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