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Training Tips
April 20, 2021

Training Tip: Horse is Cinchy When Not Worked Consistently

Question: We have a 5-year-old gelding that has been recently gelded. He has been through the Fundamentals groundwork and he did really well. If you ride him for consecutive days, he does not saddle up cinchy. If you leave him for a couple of days and saddle him, he bucks, he rears and he lies […]

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Downunder Horsemanship App No Worries Club
April 20, 2021

Methodology Series: Clinton’s Greatest Lessons Learned

The Methodology Series is a video series in which Clinton shares important lessons he’s learned (some the hard way!) throughout his horsemanship journey. His experiences and the tips he picked up from his mentors will provide insight to help you develop your skills as a horseman. Videos in the series: Three Equal Doses Own Your […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship
April 20, 2021

Spring Cleaning Sale

We’re cleaning up our warehouse and are offering amazing specials on selected leg protection and must-have apparel items. Offers will be available only while supplies last. 50% off All Red and Purple Legacy Boots The Classic Legacy System 2 is the only boot Clinton trusts to protect his horses’ legs. The boots are made of […]

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Clinton Anderson Performance Horses
April 20, 2021

Clinton: Performance Horse Training Session Breakdown

All of my training sessions with my performance horses are about 30 to 40 minutes in length and follow a general outline: Warm-up Training Friendly time Training Friendly time and cool-down When I say, “friendly time,” I’m referring to periods throughout the training session in which I let the horse walk on a big, loose […]

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Training Tips
April 13, 2021

Training Tip: What Your Body Language Says to Your Horse

If you want to be an effective horse trainer, you need to tune in to body language and be aware of both yours and your horse’s. If you want to be a great horseman, you not only need to be aware of body language, but you have to understand and be able to use it […]

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Downunder Horsemanship App
April 13, 2021

Problem Solving Help: Horses That Jig

Jigging – that irritating half-prance horses fall into when they want to go faster and you won’t let them – is a symptom of nervousness or a lack of foundation. “Before you can fix your horse’s problem, you first have to understand why he is behaving the way that he is. Is your horse hot […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship
April 13, 2021

Choosing a Halter for a Cob-Sized Horse

With eight sizes available, the Downunder Horsemanship Halter fits horses of all breeds and conformation types, including cobs. While the term “cob” is most commonly used in the U.K., you may see cob-sized bridles and halters at tack stores in North America and other parts of the world. Cob simply refers to a type of […]

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Training Tips
April 6, 2021

Training Tip: How to Slow a Horse Down on a Group Trail Ride

Question: The group I ride with is very competitive in a fun way. When we’re on the trail, every time we ask for the canter, it means woo hoo race! It is fun, and we have done it a lot. Now, when I’m riding my mare with one other horse or with a group of […]

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No Worries Club
April 6, 2021

Download the Spring No Worries Journal

This year, the No Worries Club’s quarterly magazine celebrates its 15th year of print. The first issue of the No Worries Journal was delivered to members in the spring of 2007. That first issue featured Clinton’s insights on flying lead changes and the top 10 things to do with a foal. Over the years, the […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
April 6, 2021

Slobber Straps: One-Piece vs Two-Piece

The first time you hear a horseman mention “slobber straps,” you’ll likely be left scratching your head, imagining some sort of contraption meant for horses’ slobber. While they may have an odd name, slobber straps’ purpose is a simple one – they are pieces of leather that attach reins to the bit and act as […]

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