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Training Tips
November 3, 2020

Training Tip: Don’t Nag Your Horse

Nagging a horse, constantly pecking at him without getting a result or failing to reward him for correct behavior, only teaches him to be resentful and dull. Imagine you’re sitting at your desk at work and a co-worker comes up behind you and starts tapping your shoulder. No matter how you respond, they keep tapping […]

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No Worries Club
November 3, 2020

Academy Horse Training Diary, Part Two

The November No Worries Club digital download continues to feature the Academy Horse Program, taking members on a never-before-seen detailed look at the popular training plan. When it comes to training horses, you’ve heard Clinton say time and again that consistency is your greatest ally. You’ll see how true those words are in part two […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship
November 3, 2020

Black Friday Warm-Up Sale

We’re gearing up for a big Black Friday weekend and want to be sure you’re properly prepared. Get warmed up with this special offer: Now through Sunday, November 8th, when you place an order for any Method Exercise Banner, you’ll receive a $20 coupon to use on the Downunder Horsemanship e-store. Our heavy-duty banners are […]

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Training Tips
October 27, 2020

Training Tip: It’s Never Too Early to Work With a Horse

Raising foals and bringing along a young horse can be very rewarding experiences. The thing to remember when you’re raising a foal is that the little things make a big difference – both good and bad. Using the Method to work with a foal just 10 to15 minutes a day for the first six weeks […]

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Clinton Anderson Clinton Anderson Performance Horses
October 27, 2020

NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Wrap Up

The National Reined Cow Horse Association Futurity is the biggest show of the year for 3-year-old reined cow horses. The 2020 event started in mid-October and wrapped up last week with finals being held on Friday and Saturday. Clinton and Hulk (aka Dontdrinkandworkcows) made the Intermediate and Limited Open Finals. When the dust settled, the […]

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October 27, 2020

Over $2,000 Raised for St. Jude’s

This summer, we created roo-logoed face masks for Method followers to purchase. The masks were the brainchild of Clinton, who wanted to send all profits made from the masks to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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October 27, 2020

First 2022 Clinician Academy Application In

Last week, we received our first official application to the 2022 Clinician Academy. Ten participants will be accepted into the course on a first-come, first-served basis. The Academy is for horsemen who are passionate about the Method and want to establish a career as a Method Ambassador or just want to further their horsemanship knowledge […]

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No Worries Club
October 27, 2020

Entries Close Monday for the No Worries Club Costume Contests

No Worries Club members have until Monday, November 2nd to get their entries posted in our costume contest. This year, members have the option of entering two costume contests – one for their horses and one for their dogs. How the Contest Will Work: 1) To enter the contest, post your original photo in the […]

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October 23, 2020

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Training Tips
October 20, 2020

Training Tip: Understanding the Drive Line

When you’re studying the Method and working with your horse on the ground, you’ll often hear me refer to the “drive line.” If you imagine that your horse is wearing a saddle, the drive line would roughly be where the girth would lie, right behind the horse’s withers. Whenever you apply pressure or even stand […]

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