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No Worries Club Shop Downunder Horsemanship
September 8, 2020

Training Equipment for Success

Our training essentials bundle ensures that you have the correct tools to get your horse’s training in the Method off to the best start. The halter and lead rope and stick and string are staples of the Method, and no other tools on the market compare to the quality and long-lasting durability of Clinton’s equipment. […]

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Downunder Horsemanship Clinic
September 8, 2020

Congratulations to Our Colt Starting Participants

On Monday, Professional Clinician Jeff Davis led our 2020 Colt Starting Clinic participants through their last training sessions at the ranch. The horsemen arrived at the Texas facility on Thursday, August 27th, with their colts that had never been saddled or ridden. Some participants showed up to the clinic as colt-starting veterans and others were […]

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Training Tips
September 8, 2020

Training Tip: Buddy Sour at Horse Shows

Show environments can be stressful to horses, and it’s not uncommon for horses to buddy up at the showgrounds and then react when taken away from one another. This is especially true when one horse is left at the trailer and the other one is taken away from it. The one left at the trailer […]

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Training Tips
September 1, 2020

Training Tip: Can You Work on Groundwork and Riding Exercises at the Same Time?

I often get asked if when teaching a horse the Fundamentals if you can work on the groundwork and riding exercises at the same time. People often wonder if it’s better to teach all of the groundwork exercises first, and then start to work on the riding exercises. At the ranch, when we get horses […]

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No Worries Club
September 1, 2020

No Worries Club Premium Membership Special Offer Starts Today

As we enter the last quarter of the year, we want to help you take 2020 out on a positive note where your horsemanship is concerned. There’s no better resource to learn how to become a better horseman and build a safer, more enjoyable partnership with your horse than the No Worries Club. Membership comes […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship Walkabout Tours
September 1, 2020

Tour Program Giveaway: Over $6,000 in Prizes!

Our last two Walkabout Tours presented by Ritchie Industries may have been cancelled, but we’re bringing some of the fun and excitement to you! Now through September 30th, when you purchase a Walkabout Tour Program, you’ll receive a Philosophy Book and a $10 coupon to the Downunder Horsemanship e-store.* Plus, anyone who becomes a No […]

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No Worries Club
September 1, 2020

No Worries Club Exclusive: Academy Horse Training Diary

The September No Worries Club digital download starts a series featuring the acclaimed Academy Horse Program. For many years, people could send their horses to the ranch to be trained through the six-week course. Now, our clinicians and ambassadors offer the program at their facilities. Up until now, Clinton has never shared the details of […]

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Academy
September 1, 2020

Meet the 2020 Clinician Academy Students: Katie Votaw

Texas horsewoman Katie Votaw will be attending this year’s Clinician Academy. Katie has been riding since childhood, focusing on a variety of disciplines including hunter/jumper and breakaway roping. She shares why she’s passionate about the Method and decided to enroll in the Academy.

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Training Tips
August 25, 2020

Training Tip: Be Open to Change in Order to Keep Growing as a Horseman

One of the most important concepts you can understand when it comes to training horses is that great horsemen are open to change. When I was an apprentice for Ian Francis, he often said to me, “To change your life, you must first change your attitude.” Ian believes, as do I, that if you’re unhappy […]

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Downunder Horsemanship Clinic
August 25, 2020

Colt Starting Clinic Starts This Week

Horsemen from around the country will be pulling into the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch this Thursday to check in for the Colt Starting Clinic. The clinic will get underway Friday morning and run through Monday, September 7th. Professional Clinician Jeff Davis will teach the 10-day course, helping participants prepare their horses on the ground for a […]

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