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Training Tips
December 28, 2021

Training Tip: Handling an Abused Horse

Question: My 16-year-old grandson bought a horse that was previously owned by a young girl who used him in eventing and for trail riding. She boarded him while she was in college, and while at that barn he was abused, being beaten by a stable hand every day for six months. This horse is very […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 28, 2021

Happy New Year!

We hope 2022 proves to be a year for you to improve your horsemanship and meet personal training goals. Clinton will be challenging himself by polishing his skills as a showman in reined cow horse competitions and encourages you to test your skills by trying a new discipline or challenging yourself to reach the next […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 28, 2021

Learn How to Put Your Mecate Bridle Together

If Santa left you a shiny new headstall, a well-oiled bit and a set of mecate reins and slobber straps under the tree this year and you have no idea how all the pieces go together, Clinton’s got you covered. In the training resource, “Attaching Mecate Reins to the Slobber Straps and Headstall,” he demonstrates […]

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Training Tips
December 21, 2021

Training Tip: Why You Should Get Your Horse Outside of the Arena

No matter which category your horse falls into – he’s cold-blooded and on the lazier side of the scale or hot-blooded and more sensitive – one of the best things you can do is ride the horse outside of an arena. Riding outside gives cold-blooded horses a reason to go somewhere. They’re already unambitious as […]

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No Worries Club
December 21, 2021

Tacky Christmas Contest

Bring out the Santa hats, reindeer antlers, ugly sweaters, tinsel and more! We’re holding a “Tacky Christmas” contest for No Worries Club members. Submissions are open now through December 29th.

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 21, 2021

Merry Christmas!

We wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Clinton and our team appreciate all the support we’ve received from you throughout the year. We hope that amid all the busyness of the holidays you have the chance to set aside time to enjoy your family and friends and the special horses […]

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December 21, 2021

Cozy Up With Our Favorite Training Series

If the thought of watching another Hallmark Christmas movie gives you the bah humbugs, hit up the Downunder Horsemanship app for some action-packed horse training. Over the years, Clinton has worked with a variety of horses on camera from hard-to-crack training cases to those just needing a second chance. Each of the episodes are full […]

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Sponsors
December 16, 2021

Made in America and Built to Last

  For 100 Years, Ritchie has innovated waterers that are designed to ensure clean, fresh water is always available to horses, no matter the weather conditions. Plus, Ritchie offers two great lines of equine waterers to fit any horse owner preference.   Made in America and built to last, Ritchie and Classic Equine by Ritchie […]

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Training Tips
December 14, 2021

Training Tip: Stopping a Horse From Rushing Over Trail Obstacles

Question: I have been training my wife’s new horse for a while now. He is through Intermediate, and has lots of long trail rides under his belt. He has one bad habit, though, which scares my wife: When we come to a step down off a rock, say one foot or so, he will leap […]

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