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No Worries Club
April 25, 2017

Congratulations to our Drab to Fab Contest Winners!

We asked No Worries Club members to put their grooming skills to the test by holding a makeover contest on the No Worries Club website, and we were blown away by the results! Members took before and after photos of their horses, and then we asked everyone to vote on their favorite makeover. Jennifer Hudock […]

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Training Tips
April 18, 2017

Training Tip: Work on Individual Maneuvers to Avoid Anticipation

If you show your horse in an event with patterns, like reining or dressage, don’t practice the pattern from start to finish during training sessions. Doing so is likely to cause your horse to anticipate the next maneuver and get ahead of you. Taking your horse through the same patterns over and over is not […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
April 18, 2017

Essential Tools to Communicate Effectively

To be an effective leader for your horse, you have to be able to communicate with him clearly. Horses communicate almost exclusively by using and reading body language. “Sure they whinny and nicker to each other, but it’s not really to tell each other what to do. They usually use vocal cues to make it […]

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No Worries Club
April 18, 2017

Vote for Your Favorite “Drab to Fab” Horse Makeover

We asked No Worries Club members to share their best before and after makeover photos of their horses, and we’ve got to say that we’ve got some mighty fine grooms in the club! The makeover photos are posted on the No Worries Club website and we’ve opened up the voting! If you’re a member, head […]

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Clinton Anderson Clinics
April 18, 2017

Have the Fundamentals Perfected?

Do you crave one-on-one help to learn the Intermediate level exercises but worry that your horse isn’t good enough at the Fundamentals to move on to the second step of the Method? For this year’s Intermediate Clinic being held at the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch in Stephenville, Texas, November 10th – 20th, Clinton is leasing his […]

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Method Ambassadors
April 18, 2017

Frustration is Natural and can be Overcome

Method Ambassador Daniel Coggin knows what it feels like to be frustrated with the lack of progress you’re making with your horse. “Sometimes the greatest challenge with horsemanship is staying motivated to keep working toward your goal when it doesn’t feel like your horse is making much of an improvement. When I started working with […]

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Clinton Anderson Signature Horses
April 18, 2017

Clinton’s Guarantee

Shopping for a new horse often turns into a dreaded process that leaves buyers trying to stay one step ahead of dishonest sellers. And when you do finally settle on a horse and get him home, you’d better hope he was everything you wanted, because that seller who was Johnny on the Spot to answer […]

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Sponsors
April 18, 2017

Feeding a True Work Horse … the Broodmare

By Mike Barrett, PAS, ADM Equine Specialist If you ask most individuals which horse works harder – the performance horse or the broodmare – most will answer the performance horse; no brainer. However, as you think of the “job” the broodmare has to do, the task is unending. She must maintain her body condition, grow […]

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Training Tips
April 11, 2017

Training Tip: Take Your Horse’s Experience into Account

Be smart about the trails you take your horse on, being sure to take his experience, your experience and the type of trail into account. For example, if you’re taking your horse out on the trail for the first time, I recommend riding in an open area where you have plenty of room to move […]

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Clinton Anderson Clinics
April 11, 2017

Understanding the Concept Lesson

“When you first teach a horse something, it’s called the concept lesson. Your goal is to get the general idea of the lesson across to the horse. When you first ask a horse to do an exercise, he won’t automatically know what to do. In fact, he’s probably going to do everything but what you […]

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