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News Archive

Academy Downunder Horsemanship - General
November 18, 2014

Blown Away by Interest

When Clinton created the Method Ambassador Program – a course of study in the Clinician Academy that allows those passionate about sharing the Method to receive recognition and the support of Downunder Horsemanship to do so – he figured it would generate some attention, but the explosion of interest about the program has blown the […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
November 18, 2014

And That’s All Folks

After spending approximately 70 hours working with their horses on the ground or under saddle, the Intermediate Clinic participants left the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch more knowledgeable and motivated to increase their level of performance. (And we’re sure with a few sore muscles!) The first five days of the clinic were spent reviewing and perfecting the […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
November 18, 2014

Fall Digital Catalog Released

The newest edition of the Downunder Horsemanship catalog is available for your viewing pleasure. The edition is only available in digital form and can be viewed on, or downloaded from, the Downunder Horsemanship website. The issue features all of Clinton’s tried-and-true training kits and equipment. You’ll also find new apparel – t-shirts and pullovers – […]

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Training Tips
November 11, 2014

Training Tip: Conquer Your Horse’s Fear of the Arena

When you’re working with an arena-shy horse, don’t think, “How can I make him get in the arena?” Think, “How can I make it uncomfortable for him not to go in the arena?” You’ll do that by working the horse hard where he wants to be (outside the arena) and letting him rest where you […]

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No Worries Club
November 11, 2014

NWC Halloween Costume Contest Winner

We asked our members to put their creative skills to work for our annual Halloween Costume Contest and they didn’t disappoint us! We saw everything from Darkwing Duck, roadside construction workers to glow in the dark skeletons. Big congratulations go to BarryMelinda for winning the contest! While there was no shortage of creativity concerning members […]

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Academy Clinician Downunder Horsemanship - General
November 11, 2014

Yeah, We’re Bragging: We’ve Got the Best!

It’s no secret that only the best of the best horsemen graduate the Clinton Anderson Clinician Academy. Clinton’s Professional and Certified Clinicians each have a natural ability with horses and a desire to share the Method with horse owners and are hand-picked by Clinton to graduate his rigorous 70-week course. Thanks to all of you […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
November 11, 2014

Keep Your Eyes Peeled

Santa has legions of elves, and Clinton has 30 dedicated teammates ready to make your Christmas wishes come true. Black Friday is just around the corner, and we’re prepping for our biggest sale day of the year. Behlen Country, the manufacturer of Clinton’s Signature Round Pen, Patience Pole, tack rack and mounting block, is helping […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
November 11, 2014

A Little R&R for Three of Downunder’s Best

The three equine superstars of the Walkabout Tours are kicking up their heels and enjoying a little downtime before the 2015 schedule starts up in February. Best buds Diez and Phoenix have been turned out in a pasture together, where their biggest decision of the day is finding the best place to roll and scratch […]

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Training Tips
November 4, 2014

Training Tip: Move Those Feet

Horses establish dominance by being able to move each other’s feet. The most dominant horse in a herd can make all the other horses move their feet forwards, backwards, left and right. Horses use that same principle when they are around us. Anytime you can move your horse’s feet forwards, backwards, left and right, you […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General No Worries Club
November 4, 2014

Are You Boring Your Horse?

Imagine that when you were in school you were forced to do nothing but write and recite the alphabet repeatedly every day for an entire year. Doesn’t sound like much fun, right? In fact, after you’d learned the alphabet and could write it and repeat it out loud forward and backward, you were ready to […]

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