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February 20, 2024

Reminder From Clinton: Stay Consistent With Your Horse

One of the biggest keys to establishing a safe and enjoyable partnership with your horse is consistently working with him. I always say, Consistency is your greatest ally. Inconsistency is your greatest enemy. You can’t expect your horse to make any improvement if you leave him in the stall or pasture or if you don’t […]

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February 13, 2024

Horse Trailer Features Clinton Depends On

It’s important to have safe transportation for your horse, and if you’re a trainer who spends a lot of time on the road traveling to shows and working out of other facilities, a good working trailer is vital. After nearly 30 years in the horse industry, Clinton knows exactly what he wants in a trailer […]

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February 13, 2024

Get Your Horse to Move Forward Willingly

It’s impossible to train a horse without forward movement. “Having a horse that doesn’t move forward would be like if I handed you the keys to a brand-new BMW with no gas pedal—other than being pretty to look at, it’d be useless to you,” Clinton says. “I like to compare the basics of training a […]

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February 6, 2024

Training Guide to Safely Ride Your Horse in a Group

While you are initially training your trail horse, Clinton recommends riding the horse outside the arena by yourself. That way it is just the two of you concentrating on the training sessions. “There are already going to be a lot of distractions for your horse when you first take him outside the arena, he doesn’t […]

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January 16, 2024

Invest In Your Horsemanship This Year

If you want to perform advanced maneuvers with your horse, make sure you’ve got a great foundation in place. That’s advice you’ll get from any professional horseman, including Clinton. “Advanced maneuvers are nothing more than having your basics down really well,” Clinton says. “Once you’ve got that foundation laid by teaching your horse the exercises […]

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January 16, 2024

Train Your Horse to Move Forward Willingly

It’s impossible to train a horse without forward movement. “Having a horse that doesn’t move forward would be like if I handed you the keys to a brand new BMW with no gas pedal—other than being pretty to look at, it’d be useless to you,” Clinton says. “I like to compare the basics of training […]

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December 26, 2023

Keep Lessons Simple for Your Colt

Horses are very smart, but they are simple creatures. I put horses mentally in the same age group as 4- to 6-year-old kids. Kids in this age group are very smart, they catch on quickly, but they are very simple. For example, people ask me all the time when teaching a colt the Cruising Lesson: […]

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December 19, 2023

Happy Holidays From Downunder Horsemanship

All of us at Downunder Horsemanship hope you have a Merry Christmas and enjoy the holiday season! We’ve appreciated your support throughout the year and look forward to helping you work toward reaching your personal horsemanship goals in 2024. The Downunder Horsemanship office will be closed Monday, December 25th and Tuesday, December 26th as well […]

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December 12, 2023

Why You Should Hobble-Train Your Horse

Clinton believes that training a horse to accept hobbles is a crucial step in the horse’s education. “If you teach a horse in a safe, step-by-step fashion how to use the thinking side of his brain and not to panic when he gets his feet trapped or hung up in a gate or in the […]

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November 28, 2023

Clinton’s Countdown to Christmas Starts on Friday

Our favorite horseman is in the holiday spirit! Every day starting on Friday, December 1st and running through Tuesday, December 12th, Clinton will be unwrapping new daily specials. Look for big savings and great deals on our best-selling tack and equipment, apparel and Method must-haves! Stay tuned to your email inbox and Downunder Horsemanship social […]

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