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If the thought of watching another Hallmark Christmas movie gives you the bah humbugs, hit up the Downunder Horsemanship app for some action-packed horse training. Over the years, Clinton has worked with a variety of horses on camera from hard-to-crack training cases to those just needing a second chance. Each of the episodes are full of how-to training advice and inspiration to get results with your personal horse. So grab another helping of Christmas cookies and settle in to watch three of our three favorite series:
#1: Rescue Horse Rehabilitation
Affectionately known as “the Cider series,” Clinton works with a 6-year-old mare named Cider in this 13-part documentary. The sweet-natured palomino had been rescued from starvation twice and had no training beyond basic haltering and handling. Clinton teamed up with Habitat for Horses to take Cider in and train her with the Method. His goal was to prove that, if approached correctly, taking on a rescue horse can be a rewarding experience. Cider will steal your heart as you watch her gain confidence and develop a partnership with Clinton.
#2: Off-Track Thoroughbred
The 13-part series starts with Clinton traveling to Ruidoso Downs Race Track in New Mexico to meet Tricky Warrior, a Thoroughbred who isn’t living up to his full potential on the track. After talking with Tricky’s trainer, Clinton decides to purchase the gelding and take him to the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch to train with the Method and prepare him for a second career. As Clinton takes you behind the scenes of selecting an off-the-track prospect and walks you through the retraining process, the series is as much inspiration as it is instruction. Tricky’s journey shows that sometimes all we need is a second chance to prove ourselves.
Watch it now on the No Worries Club website.
#3: Outback Adventure Series
In an epic adventure that sends him to the remotest regions of the Australian Outback, Clinton takes on his toughest horsemanship challenge – rounding up and breaking in a wild brumby. A phone call from an Australian stockman leads Clinton to capture and start a brumby stallion that’s causing havoc in the area. The challenge presented to Clinton: catch the rogue brumby and break him to ride. The brumby’s entire training – from mustering to first touch to the first ride to loping down dirt roads on a big loose rein – is caught on camera. Each episode is packed with Clinton’s how-to instruction so that the series views as a diary of the brumby’s training and is chock-full of adventure and larger-than-life characters that can only be found in the untamed Outback. Come along with Clinton as he puts himself and the Method to an epic test and goes on the adventure of a lifetime.
The three series can be watched on the No Worries Club website or with the Downunder Horsemanship app. View them on your mobile device using the iOS and Android Downunder Horsemanship app, and on your TV using the Downunder Horsemanship app for AppleTV, Roku, Amazon Fire and Android TV. Learn how to set up your device to watch No Worries Club videos on your TV here.