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Training Tips
December 29, 2015

Training Tip: Horse Bites When Being Saddled

If your horse tries to bite you when you saddle him, first make sure your tack is clean and it fits your horse properly and your horse has no health problems. More than likely, though, your horse is nipping at you because of a lack of respect. How do you earn a horse’s respect? By […]

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Clinton Anderson Clinton Anderson Performance Horses
December 29, 2015

Titan: A Legend in the Making

Titan (Tellin White Lies) has some of the best and most recognized bloodlines in the western performance horse industry coursing through his veins. He’s by the legendary NRHA Hall of Fame stallion and 6 Million Dollar Sire Colonels Smoking Gun, and the last progeny of the great broodmare Princess In Diamonds. Princess has produced three […]

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No Worries Club
December 29, 2015

Recognizing Club Members

As far as we’re concerned, our No Worries Club is made up of the best horsemen from around the world. While all members agree that the educational materials the club offers–the DVDs, Journals and online videos–are unbeatable, what really makes the club special is the camaraderie members share with one another and the Downunder Horsemanship […]

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December 29, 2015

We Couldn’t Do It Without Them

One of Clinton’s keys to success is the loyalty he’s inspired in equine businesses to sponsor him as he teaches the world about his training method. Many of our sponsors have been with Clinton from the very beginning of his career and continue to support his business endeavors. Help us in recognizing our 2015 sponsors […]

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Training Tips
December 22, 2015

Training Tip: My Training Bit of Choice

When it comes to training a horse, there is no better type of bit than a snaffle. Snaffle bits are direct pressure bits, meaning that they apply pressure directly to the horse’s mouth. The reins attach directly to and are level with the mouthpiece of the bit. A snaffle bit applies pressure to the horse’s […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 22, 2015

Happy Holidays!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Clinton and the Downunder Horsemanship team! We hope you get to spend the holidays 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 […]

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December 22, 2015

Kudos for Certified Clinician Mitch Gassen

“Thank you very much for all your work with Moonrise and all the time you spent with us! You have been instrumental in putting us on the right path for achieving our goals with Moonrise. We sincerely appreciate your excellent communication, thorough effort, and special attention to our objectives. Your attention to detail is reflected […]

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Clinton Anderson Clinics Downunder Horsemanship - General Walkabout Tours
December 22, 2015

Promote the Method, Earn Great Benefits

If you have a passion for Downunder Horsemanship and the Method and love sharing it with other horsemen, join our Street Team and earn perks for your commitment! How to Try Out: Fill out and submit the Street Team application.  The Downunder Horsemanship team will review applications and select a street team for each of […]

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Training Tips
December 15, 2015

Training Tip: Mouthy Horses

When a horse gets mouthy — he nips or nibbles shirt sleeves, jackets or the lead rope — the behavior is often brushed aside. This is especially true with young horses, the most likely culprits of this behavior. A foal mouthing your shirt sleeve doesn’t seem like a big deal; in fact, a lot of […]

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 15, 2015

Here We Come, Queensland!

This weekend, Clinton is joining his mentor, Ian Francis, for a two-day training demonstration at the Queensland State Equestrian Centre (QSEC) in Caboolture, Queensland, December 19th and 20th. The event marks the first time Clinton and Ian have held an event together in Australia and will be Clinton’s first public event in his home country […]

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