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Downunder Horsemanship - General

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June 28, 2022

First-Saddling Success Tip

When it comes to introducing the saddle to a horse for the first time, it’s important to give the horse enough time to get used to wearing the new piece of equipment before taking it off him. “The key to successfully introducing the saddle is to get the horse’s feet moving forward and to give […]

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June 21, 2022

Teach Your Busy-Minded Horse to Relax and Focus

There are some horses that are naturally really hot and nervous, and even after they’ve been taken through the Fundamentals groundwork and riding exercises and the foundation trail exercises, they still have a lingering desire to be in a hurry everywhere they go. “This is the off-the-track Thoroughbred that starts and ends a 20-mile trail […]

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May 31, 2022

Happy Birthday, Phoenix

Clinton’s miniature horse, Phoenix, celebrates his fifteenth birthday on June 2nd. The sorrel gelding arrived at the ranch in 2009 as a 2-year-old colt and over the years has amassed a tremendous fan base of his own. He’s starred in a two-part series about using the Method to train miniature horses (watch the series by […]

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May 17, 2022

Balancing Horsemanship and Life

Finding time to focus on your horsemanship can be difficult, especially when you have family and work commitments. With that being said, horses are just like kids, they learn best with consistency and repetition. The more often you can work with your horse, the quicker he’ll learn and remember lessons. Can you still make progress […]

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May 10, 2022

Training Video Assets

All of Clinton’s training kits have written guides that correspond to each of the video lessons. The Arena Mates follow the 8 Steps to Success that the Downunder Horsemanship Method is known for, detailing the goal, the why, the teaching stage, the common handler/rider mistakes, the common horse problems, the troubleshooting advice, the success tips […]

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Clinton Anderson Performance Horses Downunder Horsemanship - General
April 26, 2022

Needed: Performance Horse Day Help in the Texas Area

To season his performance horses, Clinton is hauling them to Texas once a month to ride at different facilities for three to five days at a time. He’s looking for a responsible and experienced horse person to meet him at the facilities he hauls to (typically in the Weatherford, Stephenville and Fort Worth areas) to […]

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April 26, 2022

Ace Lateral Flexion With Your Horse

A horse that is soft and supple is able to perform his job well and is a pleasure to ride. “A horse can never be too soft or supple. I have never had someone ask me what they do with a horse that’s too soft or moves his body too well. But, I do get […]

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April 19, 2022

One Rein Stops Work Only if They’re Second Nature to You and Your Horse

When the unexpected occurs on the trail with your horse, a One Rein Stop – sliding your hand down one rein and flexing the horse’s head so that he stops moving his feet – is your emergency brake. However, it only works if you practice it and it becomes an ingrained habit for you and […]

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April 12, 2022

The Secret to Getting Results With Your Horse

One of the most frustrating things in the world is trying to accomplish a task but having no idea how to go about doing it. “As a kid, I read a lot of books and watched many videos of horse trainers doing amazing things with their horses. They could get their horses to back up […]

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April 12, 2022

Looking for a Full-Time Groom to Join Our Team

Clinton is looking for an experienced horseman to join his performance horse team in Farmington, Arkansas as a groom. Responsibilities include grooming and saddling horses as well as taking care of the horses’ overall well-being. The perfect candidate for the job will have a great work ethic and experience with the Method and above all […]

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