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Training Tips
June 11, 2024

Training Tip: Recognize When a Horse is a Bad Match for You

Question: I have a 4-year-old Quarter Horse/Arab cross I was given for free and was told he was only a little green. Later, I found out that he has been on a dogger’s truck two times, so really I know nothing about his backstory. He is starting to rear up, and the farrier won’t touch […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
June 11, 2024

Apply Now to Take a Free Lesson at the Ranch

We’ve got an exciting opportunity for No Worries Club members! How does a free, in-depth lesson at the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch for you and your horse sound? We’re looking for several horsemen to come to the ranch in July to take personalized lessons with Professional Clinician Jeff Davis. The lessons will be filmed for No […]

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Sponsors
June 11, 2024

Give Mosquitoes the Boot This Summer

By Ritchie Industries That familiar high-pitched buzz is an unwelcome reminder that warm weather brings pesky mosquitoes. More than just annoying, some mosquitoes are the primary transmitters of West Nile virus, Eastern equine encephalomyelitis (EEE), and Western equine encephalomyelitis (WEE). Mosquito breeding requires just a small amount of stagnant or standing water. Some species lay […]

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Training Tips
June 4, 2024

Training Tip: How Well Does Your Emergency Handbrake Work?

Anytime you feel as if your horse is out of control, you should be able to slide your hand down one rein and immediately bring him to a stop. Teaching your horse how to do a One Rein Stop is like having a big red emergency button on your saddle horn that you can push […]

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No Worries Club
June 4, 2024

Confronting Spooky Objects

The June No Worries Club digital download features part two of the mini series about handling spooky objects with your horse. In the first part of the series, Clinton worked with Method Ambassador Rick Badousek and his training horse to show how to build your horse’s confidence about objects that move. In part two, Clinton […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
June 3, 2024

They’re Here! Fundamentals Updates Released

The long-awaited additions to our core training kit are here. As a learn-a-holic, Clinton is always adding to his knowledge, refining his skill set and finding ways to improve the Method. Since releasing the Fundamentals Series in 2010, the trainer has found ways to tweak the exercises to make them easier for horses and humans […]

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Sponsors
June 3, 2024

Ritchie. Because every saved drop matters.

The benefits of adding a Ritchie to your operation extend far beyond saving you time and money. CONSERVE WATER Prevent water waste from spills, splashing and evaporation while providing clean water for your animals. PROTECT THE LAND Keep natural water clean and soil healthy for generations to come. SAVE ENERGY Energy efficiency keeps clean water […]

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Training Tips
May 28, 2024

Training Tip: Horse Bolts During Lunging

Question: I have a 5-year-old Mustang mare that was unhandled until last fall when I got her. We are working on the Fundamentals. Things were going great in the roundpen, so I decided to start lunging on the lunge line outside of the roundpen in my unfenced arena. The problem I’m having is the mare […]

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Walkabout Tours
May 28, 2024

Path To Hope Selected as Our Rancho Murieta Charity Group

We’re pleased to announce Path to Hope Therapeutic Riding Center as our Ritchie Industries Charity Ball Toss group for our Rancho Murieta, California Walkabout Tour. The nonprofit organization was founded in 2019 by Gabrielle Godinho and provides equine assisted services to its community. Last year, Path to Hope was recognized by the State of California […]

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No Worries Club
May 21, 2024

Training Tip: Horse is Nervous About an Object While Cross-Tied

It’s completely normal for horses to get nervous or anxious while tied up, including when they are in cross-ties. Sometimes horses will get anxious about activity going on around them or a strange object nearby. This can be especially true if you’ve taken your horse off your property to another location. Whenever your horse is […]

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