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Training Tips
August 7, 2018

Training Tip: Ask Clinton: The Ideal Prospect

Q: I am looking for a yearling reining horse. Aside from pedigree, what are the main things you look for in a yearling prospect? What are some qualities that let you know that the horse has a lot of potential?

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Clinton Anderson Clinics
August 7, 2018

Fundamentals in Canada This Weekend

If you’re in the Winnipeg, Manitoba area, come out to the PineRidge Equine Park this Friday through Sunday to watch Clinton coach a group of horsemen through the Fundamentals level of the Method. You’re sure to gain knowledge watching 20 individual horses and riders overcome challenges and make progress as they build better partnerships. The […]

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No Worries Club
August 7, 2018

Clinton Wraps Up his Training Session With the Osage Outback Riders

In this month’s No Worries Club exclusive, Clinton is back in the arena with the horsemen of the Osage Outback Riders, a Method meet-up group based in Oklahoma. In the final training session with the Osage Outback Riders, Clinton helps four members of the group tweak their cues and think about the way they’re interacting […]

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Method Ambassadors
August 7, 2018

Meet Method Ambassador Jordan Budowski

Method Ambassador Jordan Budowski was born crazy about horses and looked forward to summer camps where she could get in the saddle and spend her days doing what she loved best. “I wanted a horse of my own so badly. I’d ask my parents to buy me one, but their answer was that if I […]

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August 7, 2018

Own the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch

You could own part of Clinton’s state-of-the-art Downunder Horsemanship Ranch! Because he’s switching his focus to training and showing his performance horses, Clinton is offering sections of the ranch for sale. The Downunder Horsemanship Ranch is a world-class training facility located in the heart of cowboy country. Every feature of the property was custom designed […]

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August 7, 2018

Developmental Orthopedic Disease

By Standlee Premium Western Forage What is it? Developmental orthopedic disease (D.O.D.) can be loosely defined as any musculoskeletal disorder that occurs in the young animal as a result of growth and maturation. Invariably, it is         related to the process of endochondral ossification and the maturation of cartilage to bone in the developing skeletal system.

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Training Tips
July 31, 2018

Training Tip: The Reactive Side will Always Exist

No matter how great a trainer you are you will never be able to completely eliminate the reactive side of your horse’s brain. We’ve never been able to train the reactive side of the horse’s brain out of him, and we’ve never been able to breed it out of him. It’s always going to be […]

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July 31, 2018

Realize Your Full Potential at the 2019 Clinician Academy

Just a month and a half after the conclusion of this year’s Clinician Academy, our 2019 roster is already filling up! The seven-week program is dedicated to helping horsemen passionate about the Method fine-tune their skills in the Fundamentals level and attracts horsemen from around the world. Horsemen enter the program with varying goals, some […]

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July 31, 2018

Happy Retirement, Diez!

This spring, Clinton officially retired Diez from traveling on the road with him to take part in tours and expos. The 18-year-old Quarter Horse gelding is now enjoying life just being a horse turned out in the pastures at the ranch. Currently, he’s turned out with the broodmares and foals … a great role model […]

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