This year, the No Worries Club’s quarterly magazine celebrates its 15th year of print. The first issue of the No Worries Journal was delivered to members in the spring of 2007. That first issue featured Clinton’s insights on flying lead changes and the top 10 things to do with a foal. Over the years, the publication has grown from a 40-page journal to the 172-page magazine it is today.
“The journal is one of the best-loved features of the club, and we’ve enjoyed putting each issue together and developing it into the publication it is today,” Clinton says. “We’re always looking for ways to better our presentation of the Method and to stay fresh. Members will notice that the journal got a makeover with this issue. We hope you enjoy the updated look as much as we do.”
Topics covered in the spring issue include inspirational stories from members and how-to articles focused on training without a roundpen, getting back in the saddle after a winter break, performance horse training, and preparing an unhandled horse to be haltered.
A printed copy of the No Worries Journal will be mailed to premium members later this month. Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, your printed copy of the Journal may be delayed in arriving to you. This is especially true if you are a premium member located outside of the United States.
Log on to the No Worries Club website or the Downunder Horsemanship app to read the issue now.