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Training Tips
October 17, 2017

Training Tip: Personal Space and Safety

The safety category of respect refers to your personal hula hoop space. This space is a 4-foot circle that surrounds you and serves as your safety zone. Whenever you are working with a horse, always imagine that there’s a 4-foot circle drawn around you—almost like an invisible electric fence. Unless you invite the horse into […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
October 17, 2017

We’re Ready for the Equestrian Event of the Year

We’re ready to open the ranch’s gates and welcome horsemen to our biggest celebration of the year! The Ranch Rally gets underway on Friday at 9 a.m. and promises to be two days of non-stop instruction and inspiration. If you’re attending the Rally, be sure to bring your costume for our costume contest, a chair […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
October 17, 2017

Office Closed This Week

Because we’ll be preparing for and celebrating the Ranch Rally this week, our office will be closed Wednesday, October 18th through Friday, October 20th. We’ll resume normal business hours and operations on Monday, October 23rd at 8 a.m. CST.

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Clinton Anderson Clinics
October 17, 2017

Don’t Miss Out on the Last Two 2017 Ranch Clinics

We’re just weeks away from the last of our 2017 ranch clinics taking place. The first weekend of November, Clinton will be teaching a group of horsemen how to train their horses to be safe, willing partners outside the arena. The three-day Training on the Trail Clinic is the first of its kind held at […]

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No Worries Club
October 17, 2017

New Site, New Log In

A couple of weeks ago, we launched a brand-new No Worries Club website. The new site requires members to use their email address associated with their Downunder Horsemanship account to log in. Members no longer log in to the No Worries Club website with their usernames. To log in to the No Worries Club website: […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
October 17, 2017

Get Tricky This Fall

Looking for a fun way to challenge you and your horse? How about teaching him to do tricks? Trick training is something every horse has the capability to do, which is unlike many equine activities that require the horse to possess some amount of natural talent, ability or pre-disposition for the event. Tricks can be […]

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Clinician
October 17, 2017

Certified Clinician in Montana

Certified Clinician Faith Stevenson was born into a family of horsemen and knew at the age of 8 that she wanted to be a horse trainer. Her parents own and operate an Angus cattle ranch in Montana and horses are used for daily tasks. Growing up in the environment, Faith was in the saddle daily […]

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Sponsors
October 17, 2017

Forage Only

By Mike Barrett, PAS, ADM Equine Specialist Nutritionists and veterinarians agree, a horse’s digestive system is designed to process forage. Economists will say forage is the most economical way to feed horses. However, forages alone tend to short the modern horse, that is larger framed and more athletic than the horse of yesterday, in key […]

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No Worries Club
October 17, 2017

No Worries Club Members: Don’t Miss the Fall Journal

If you’re a No Worries Club member, 168 pages of innovation, inspiration and instruction are yours for the taking. The fall edition of the No Worries Journal features how-to training articles that include how to teach your horse to ground tie, tips to improve sidepassing under saddle, ways to gain confidence at the canter, and […]

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Training Tips
October 10, 2017

Training Tip: When Your Horse Spooks, be a Leader

When they’re on the trail, a lot of people put their horse on a big, loose rein and let their mind wander or gab with friends. They put their horse on what I call “autopilot” – he’s left on his own, which for a lot of horses means they go down the trail constantly looking […]

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