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February 21, 2019

Install Peace of Mind With Classic Equine By Ritchie

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Training Tips
February 19, 2019

Training Tip: Don’t Bore Your Horse To Death

Once your horse understands an exercise, it’s important to move on. There’s nothing horses hate more than being forced to do the same exercise every single day. Humans are the same.

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Walkabout Tours
February 19, 2019

Meet Rocking Horse Ranch Therapeutic Riding Program, Our Williamston Walkabout Tour Charity

At each Walkabout Tour, Clinton and tour feature sponsor Ritchie Industries team up to select a local nonprofit organization to run the Ritchie Charity Ball Toss. The Ritchie Charity Ball Toss is a contest in which horsemen in the audience throw numbered tennis balls they’ve purchased from our chosen non-profit group into the arena, trying […]

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Clinician Academy Method Ambassadors
February 19, 2019

Get Off the Fence: Pursue Your Dream

If you’ve been on the fence about attending the Clinician Academy, now is the time to act! A couple of spaces are available for the 2019 course that begins on April 29th. You’ll spend seven weeks at the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch in Stephenville, Texas learning how to fine-tune the Fundamentals level of the Method and […]

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February 19, 2019

How Can I Get My Stubborn Cushing’s Horse to Take Medication?

By Dr. Tania Cubitt & Dr. Stephen Duren, Performance Horse Nutrition Cushing’s disease tends to occur in middle-aged and older horses, around age 20.

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No Worries Club
February 19, 2019

Find It on the No Worries Club Website: An Invisible Protective Bubble

“From the very first day that you work with your horse, you must establish respect. He should be respectful of you and you should be respectful of him. It’s a two-way street. Respect is the foundation of control—without it, you won’t be able to control your horse and he won’t be any fun to be […]

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Training Tips
February 12, 2019

Ask Clinton: Kicking Out at Other Horses

Q: I have just started fox hunting on my green mare, and when another horse and rider come up beside her, she kicks out at them. One trainer says ignore it as the mare is green and another says smack her hard. Your opinion, please!

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Walkabout Tours
February 12, 2019

Wanted: Problem Horses for Clinton to Train

We’re on the hunt for horses for Clinton and his clinicians to work with during training demonstrations at our Walkabout Tours. Throughout each tour, Clinton works with his personal horses as well as local “problem” horses in a variety of demonstrations to explain how to build a safe, fun partnership with a horse and how […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General Downunder Horsemanship App
February 12, 2019

Stream Training Videos on Your TV

Stream the Method on Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, and Amazon Fire! Now you can view all of Clinton’s video content on your TV by simply adding the Downunder Horsemanship streaming app to your device. You’ll use the same login information you use for the Downunder Horsemanship app and the No Worries Club website to […]

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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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