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No Worries Club
June 27, 2017

Find it on the No Worries Club: Speeding Up a Lazy Horse

“I have trouble keeping my lazy horse’s speed up. I’ve worked him to the advanced level, and he is very responsive and quite light. He won’t break gait, but he will slow down. I end up with a jog when I want trotting, and I end up with a sloppy lope when I want a […]

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No Worries Club
June 13, 2017

Find it on the No Worries Club Website

Horse Limitations Have you ever wondered if you’re asking enough of your horse? Could he perform a little better? Or, are you pushing him too much? Clinton shares his personal experience about bringing out the best in each horse and talks about what to expect from individual horses in the 2014 summer issue of the […]

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No Worries Club
June 6, 2017

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Correcting a Horse That Bucks and Rears A No Worries Club members asks Clinton: I am starting a 4-year-old Paint mare and have done many of your groundwork exercises and starting techniques, however, she still bucks every time after being saddled and has started rearing at times when my daughter or I are leading her […]

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No Worries Club
May 23, 2017

Recognizing Our 2007 No Worries Club Members

This year, we’re celebrating 10 years of the No Worries Club, and we want to recognize the horsemen who have been with us from the start! What began as an idea Clinton had 10 years ago to share as much training information as he could with horsemen has grown into an entity that has taken […]

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No Worries Club
May 16, 2017

Do You Have the Right Horse?

The May NWC DVD is all about selecting the right horse and evaluating the partnership you have with your current horse. The greatest decision you’ll make as a horseman is the horse you choose to partner with. “Your horse determines how much enjoyment you get out of being a horse owner and whether or not […]

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No Worries Club
April 25, 2017

Dream Accomplished

By Julie Magruder This past weekend, I took Ty, my 17-year-old half-Arabian, to our qualification test for the Volunteer Sherriff’s Posse. This was our last step to becoming full-fledged members. The course is relatively simple, but some horses moved around when their owners were mounting, shied when needing to walk over a narrow bridge or didn’t […]

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No Worries Club
April 25, 2017

Congratulations to our Drab to Fab Contest Winners!

We asked No Worries Club members to put their grooming skills to the test by holding a makeover contest on the No Worries Club website, and we were blown away by the results! Members took before and after photos of their horses, and then we asked everyone to vote on their favorite makeover. Jennifer Hudock […]

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No Worries Club
April 18, 2017

Vote for Your Favorite “Drab to Fab” Horse Makeover

We asked No Worries Club members to share their best before and after makeover photos of their horses, and we’ve got to say that we’ve got some mighty fine grooms in the club! The makeover photos are posted on the No Worries Club website and we’ve opened up the voting! If you’re a member, head […]

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No Worries Club
April 11, 2017

Don’t Miss the Spring Issue of the No Worries Journal

The spring edition of the No Worries Journal is an insider’s guide to the Ranch Rally and is packed full of instructional articles. You’ll learn all about the in-depth training demonstrations that were held at our biggest event of the year and the horses and people that made the two-day affair possible. Full of how-to […]

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No Worries Club
April 4, 2017

Saving Silver

By Katelyn Reed I grew up riding other people’s horses. Western disciplines, English disciplines – you name it, as long as I was on the back of the horse, I didn’t care! In November of 2016, I finally decided to make a dream come true – I purchased my own horse, an 11-year-old Kentucky Mountain […]

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