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Training Tips
May 23, 2017

Training Tip: Understanding a Concept

When you first teach a horse something, it’s a concept lesson. In 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 something, he won’t automatically know what to do. In fact, he’s probably going to do everything but […]

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
May 23, 2017

Check the Ranch Rally Off Your Bucket List Before it’s Too Late

If the Ranch Rally is a must-do on your horsemanship bucket list, this is the year to attend! Not only will we be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the No Worries Club at the October 20th and 21st event, but this will be the last year the Rally is guaranteed to be held. Because he […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
May 23, 2017

Clinton: Handle Your Foal’s Feet Now

The biggest mistake people make when it comes to having their horses stand quietly for the farrier is waiting until the day before the farrier comes out to teach their horse how to be confident about his feet being handled. At the ranch, we begin desensitizing our foals’ legs to our touch right from the […]

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No Worries Club
May 23, 2017

Recognizing Our 2007 No Worries Club Members

This year, we’re celebrating 10 years of the No Worries Club, and we want to recognize the horsemen who have been with us from the start! What began as an idea Clinton had 10 years ago to share as much training information as he could with horsemen has grown into an entity that has taken […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
May 23, 2017

Best Weekend of My Life

To all the wonderful people of Downunder Horsemanship, I couldn’t let another day go by and not write to brag about two of the most amazing horsemen that I know. This past weekend, I had both the honor and the pleasure of meeting two of your Certified Clinicians: Mitch Gassen and Amy Keegel. I have […]

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Training Tips
May 16, 2017

Training Tip: An Exercise to Slow Down a Speedy Trail Horse

If your horse has a tendency to race ahead when you’re riding in a group, here’s a way to teach him to relax. Find a controlled environment like an arena or a large pasture and enlist the help of a friend on horseback. Start at the walk and ride side by side, about 15 feet […]

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Clinton Anderson Clinics
May 16, 2017

Fundamentals in Iowa This Weekend

Clinton is teaching a Fundamentals Clinic in Mason City, Iowa at the North Iowa Events Center that starts Friday, May 19th and runs through Sunday, May 21st. The clinician will welcome participants and their horses to the clinic at 9 a.m. Friday morning and then get the class started on learning and perfecting key groundwork […]

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No Worries Club
May 16, 2017

Do You Have the Right Horse?

The May NWC DVD is all about selecting the right horse and evaluating the partnership you have with your current horse. The greatest decision you’ll make as a horseman is the horse you choose to partner with. “Your horse determines how much enjoyment you get out of being a horse owner and whether or not […]

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Walkabout Tours
May 16, 2017

Missouri Walkabout Tour – Don’t Miss the All-New Training Demo Lineup

Clinton has changed up the training demonstrations he shares at Walkabout Tours and the new format has horsemen buzzing with excitement! Here’s what longtime No Worries Club member horseplay1 had to say after attending the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania event at the beginning of May. “If you have an opportunity to make it to one of Clinton’s […]

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Sponsors
May 16, 2017

Misconceptions in Selecting Forage for Horses – Storage Form

By Dr. Stephen Duren, Performance Horse Nutrition and Standlee Premium Western Forage® Nutritional Consultants Forage in the form of hay or pasture is the primary ingredient in the diet for most horses. Horses can consume many different varieties of high-quality forage, both alfalfa and grasses, without digestive upset, provided the horse is properly adapted to […]

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