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During the Open House at his new barn in Farmington, Arkansas on October 2nd, Clinton bestowed the second Downunder Horsemanship Lifetime Achievement Award to a deserving No Worries Club member. The recipient, Harry Bunton, was surprised with the honor. The 94-year-old horseman drove to Arkansas from his home in Tennessee to attend the event with his wife Doris.
Clinton first met Harry and Doris in 2011 when Harry attended a 10-day clinic at the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch. Harry was 84 years old at the time and impressed Clinton with his enthusiasm and work ethic. “Harry stood out to me from the moment I met him. He outworked people in the clinic who weren’t even half his age,” Clinton says. “He and his wife are great people and I’m honored that they’re part of the Downunder Horsemanship family.”
Over the years, Harry has attended multiple clinics and gone to countless tours. He and Doris continue to enjoy their horses and follow the Method.
Clinton gave the first Downunder Horsemanship Lifetime Achievement award to John Simmerman of Utah. The award is an honor Clinton created to recognize individuals who have inspired him throughout his career as a clinician.