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Downunder Horsemanship - General No Worries Club
July 27, 2021

No Worries Club Summer Signup Special

The summer heat is cranking up and we’ve got a sizzling special on the No Worries Club to help you reach your horsemanship goals. Between now and Friday, July 30th, when you become a No Worries Club member, you’ll receive a free gift! All new premium No Worries Club members will get a halter and […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
July 20, 2021

Method Meet-Up Groups: We Want to Hear From You

If you lead a Method meet-up group, we want to hear from you! We’re brainstorming an incentive program to recognize the passion your group puts into practicing and sharing the Method with others and need your input. To take part, please call 254-552-1000 or email [email protected] to share the following info: Method meet-up group name […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General Training Tips
July 13, 2021

An Exercise to Prep Your Horse for Group Riding on the Trail

While you are training your horse to be a confident trail partner, it is best to ride him outside the arena by yourself rather than attempting to train him while being on a ride with six other horses and riders. “That way it is just the two of you concentrating on the training sessions. There […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
June 29, 2021

Put an End to Your Horse’s Trailer Phobia

As prey animals, with a flight or fight response, horses prefer to be in big, open spaces where they can easily see predators approaching them and then be able to make a quick getaway. You’ll never see a prey animal having a rest in a tight, narrow space because if a predator came along, he’d […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
June 29, 2021

Happy 4th

Our office will be closed Monday, July 5th in observance of Independence Day. We hope our fellow American citizens take the time to celebrate our freedom and enjoy the holiday. Business will be back to normal on Tuesday, July 6th with our office opening at 8 a.m.

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
June 22, 2021

You’re Invited: Ranch Open House

Get ready for some fun this fall! Clinton’s opening the gates to his new facility on Saturday, October 2nd. It’s your chance to spend the day with him, checking out the new barn while enjoying a couple of training demonstrations.

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
June 8, 2021

Build Your Horse’s Confidence Around Clippers

Attempting to trim a horse that fears clippers is frustrating and can turn downright dangerous. Whether a horse is afraid of the noise clippers make or the vibrating feeling of having them next to his body, Clinton’s got a step-by-step plan to help you build your horse’s confidence. Clinton details his approach to teaching a […]

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May 18, 2021

New Barn Tour: Stalls

Earlier this spring, Clinton gave a video tour of his new barn in Farmington, Arkansas. That first video was an overview of the entire facility and viewers had plenty of questions about all of its features. To answer your questions and give more details about each section of the new barn, Clinton is filming more […]

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May 11, 2021

How to Clean Your Felt PRS Saddle Pad

Over time, your saddle pad will get covered with dirt and built-up sweat from your horse. It’s important to keep the pad clean so that it remains comfortable for your horse and built-up grime doesn’t cause rubs or saddle sores. Cleaning Steps: Loosen Up the Dirt Use a rubber curry comb to break up the […]

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April 27, 2021

Saddle Pads: Foam vs Felt

When Clinton established his first training barn in Australia after finishing his apprenticeships with Gordon McKinlay and Ian Francis, he took in a variety of horses. He quickly became frustrated with dry spots appearing on the horses’ backs after training sessions, which, in some cases, led to soreness issues. He determined the cause was poorly […]

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