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May 14, 2019

Step Up Your Training With the Advanced Series

If you liked the results you achieved in the Fundamentals and Intermediate Series, you’ll love what you and your horse are able to accomplish in the Advanced Series! Clinton’s detailed instruction makes even the most technical maneuvers easy to understand. In the Advanced Series, Clinton continues to work with Bow, the Quarter Horse gelding he […]

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May 7, 2019

Right From the Start

The best way to ensure young horses have a successful future is to begin working with them and teaching them the right behaviors from the time that they’re born. Clinton shares a snippet of a training session in this video. Learn the steps Clinton takes at the ranch to get his foals off to the […]

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April 30, 2019

One Rein Stops Only Work if You Practice Them

“A One Rein Stop – sliding your hand down one rein and flexing the horse’s head to the side so that he disengages his hindquarters and comes to a complete stop – is your emergency brake. That emergency brake only works if you practice it and it becomes an ingrained habit for you and your […]

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March 26, 2019

A Successful Partnership Starts at Birth

Ensuring a foal lives up to your expectations starts by establishing the right foundation. Clinton has laid out a step-by-step guide to teaching young horses the fundamentals of a successful partnership in his Foal Training Kit. “Working with foals is one of the most rewarding experiences because they learn so quickly,” Clinton says. “The behavior […]

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February 12, 2019

Support Your Horse Needs

Protective boots can be thought of as an economical form of insurance for your horse, protecting against injury and preventing long-term complications. “No matter what your discipline, any horse can benefit from wearing support boots,” Clinton says. While it’s important to protect your horse’s legs, it’s imperative that you choose a boot that doesn’t interfere […]

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January 29, 2019

HandsOn Gloves: Must-Have Grooming Essential

When Clinton and the team at the ranch gave HandsOn Gloves a trial run, the grooming tool was an overwhelming success. “The horses absolutely love them, and they do a phenomenal job of removing dirt, especially in hard-to-reach and sensitive areas,” Clinton says. “They’ve quickly become a staple and a favorite at the ranch.” Why […]

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January 22, 2019

Halter-Sizing Guide

Deciding what size of halter to get for your horse is important for your horse’s comfort and in order for the halter to be an effective training tool. If you’re an inexperienced halter shopper, or haven’t purchased a rope halter before, trying to decide what size of halter your horse needs can be confusing. Luckily, […]

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January 15, 2019

Clinton: Keep It Simple

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 when teaching a colt the Cruising Lesson: “Shouldn’t I be […]

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December 25, 2018

E-Store Down for Inventory Count

The Downunder Horsemanship e-store and our phone lines as well as our warehouse will be closed on Thursday, December 27th as our team will be doing an inventory count. Everything will be back up and running as normal on Friday, December 28th at 8 a.m. CST.

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December 25, 2018

Make Sure Your Colt Gets the Best Start

“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 and they catch on quickly, but they are very simple. For example, people ask me all the time when teaching a colt the Cruising […]

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