Training Tip: Address Head Tossing, Part One: A Heavy-Handed Rider
There’s nothing more distracting than a horse that frequently throws his head up in the air, dragging the reins through his rider’s hands. A horse that constantly tosses his head has one of a few things going on. He might have a dental issue and the bit could be irritating him and making him feel […]
Merry Christmas 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 2019. The Downunder Horsemanship […]
Today marks the final airing of the Downunder Horsemanship TV show on RFD-TV. Viewers will learn all about Silver Spurs Equine and its partnership with Clinton to promote Titan’s breeding career. Moving forward, training content will be available to the public on the DUHorseman YouTube channel and the Downunder Horsemanship app.
No Worries Club members are receiving a special surprise from Clinton! We’ve put together a 12-month calendar filled with color photos, inspirational sayings and horse-training tips to keep you on track as you use the Method to work toward your horsemanship dreams. The calendars are being mailed to all horsemen who were members of the […]
The Downunder Horsemanship e-store and our phone lines as well as our warehouse will be closed on Thursday, December 27th as our team will be doing an inventory count. Everything will be back up and running as normal on Friday, December 28th at 8 a.m. CST.
Our Clinicians and Ambassadors Train Horses for the Public
You know that Clinton offered a beyond-compare training program for problem horses, colts that needed started under saddle and older horses that needed a tune up, but did you know that Professional Clinicians and Method Ambassadors offer the same type of program tailored to get the same results? When they’re off the road from teaching […]
“Horses are very smart, but they are simple creatures. I put horses mentally in the same age group as 4- to 6-year-old kids. Kids in this age group are very smart and they catch on quickly, but they are very simple. For example, people ask me all the time when teaching a colt the Cruising […]
By Martin Saddlery Are you in love with your saddle? Does that new beautiful saddle make you soar with pride? Unfortunately, nothing stays new forever, especially something used as often as your favorite saddle that you throw on your horse every day.
Q: I have limited mobile data, how can I view the videos or read the Arena Mates included with a digital training kit? A: You can download videos and Arena Mates and books directly to your mobile device. This allows you to view the content without using your mobile data. Have more questions about our […]
Find It on the No Worries Club: Horse Won’t Pick Up the Correct Lead on the Rail
A No Worries Club member asks Clinton: My horse has problems with leads next to the rail. She can get them doing rollbacks on the fence, simple changes with figure 8’s, near corners on the rail, and even on a straight line going down the center of the arena (I thought working on this would […]