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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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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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March 30, 2021

Bring Your Horse Out of Winter Break With Groundwork

If your horse has had the winter off and you’re ready to get back in the saddle and hit the trail, keep these success tips in mind so that it is a safe and enjoyable experience. The first two sessions you spend with your horse after time off should consist of strictly groundwork. Groundwork is […]

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March 23, 2021

Thank You for Helping Us Support St. Jude’s

Last year, Clinton asked the Downunder Horsemanship team to create roo-logoed face masks for Method followers to purchase. The only catch? He wanted all profits made from the masks to go to St.

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March 9, 2021

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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March 2, 2021

Important App Update for Roku Users

Our development team has been hard at work to improve the Downunder Horsemanship app user experience with Roku. If you’re using a Roku to watch training videos and have been having streaming issues, please update the app on your device and follow the instructions below to improve your experience. To update the app: Using your […]

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February 23, 2021

Training Guide: Young Horse Development

There’s nothing better than working with a foal and watching him mature and grow into himself. Clinton is often asked how he progresses a young horse’s training, from imprinting to starting the horse under saddle. Here’s his rule of thumb: From the time your foal is born until you wean him at 4 to 6 […]

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February 9, 2021

Training Guide to Safely Ride Your Horse in a Group

While you are training your trail horse, Clinton recommends to ride 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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