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News Archive

December 6, 2018

How to Adjust Feeding Your Horse in the Winter

In the next couple of months, understanding “Lower Critical Temperature (LCT)” will be important for caring and feeding your horse(s) properly this winter. LCT is the temperature below which metabolic heat production must be increased to maintain body temperature. For mature horses, their LCT will fall around 5°F for a horse with a thick coat […]

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Training Tips
December 4, 2018

Ask Clinton: Correcting a Horse That Kicks Out

Whether your horse is kicking up to demonstrate his lack of respect or truly bucking out of fear or habit, there are several ways to fix the problem. If he’s kicking up because he doesn’t want to go forward (which is most often the case), go back and get his feet moving better on the […]

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Walkabout Tours
December 4, 2018

Get Ready, Arizona!

The Walkabout Tour is taking over the South Buckeye Equestrian Center in Buckeye, Arizona this coming February. It’s been years since the tour has come to Arizona, and Clinton is bringing a whole new lineup of training demonstrations to share with horsemen! SATURDAY 9:00 a.m.

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Clinician Method Ambassadors
December 4, 2018

They’ve Got the Experience You and Your Horse Need

A couple weeks before the auction at Clinton’s ranch, I emailed asking for a recommendation of a Method Ambassador near Granbury [Texas], since my previous Ambassador has relocated. You promptly recommended Connie Harris. I emailed her, and we were able to meet at the ranch. I am very impressed with her and I am so […]

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December 4, 2018

Get Your Packages in Time for Christmas

To ensure your packages make it underneath your Christmas tree in time, we recommend having your order placed by December 12th. That is the last day ground shipping charges will be applied to outgoing domestic orders for Christmas delivery. Increased shipping rates will go into effect on all orders placed after the 12th if you […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General Walkabout Tours
December 4, 2018

Red-Hot Deal on Walkabout Tour Roundpens

We’re offering big savings on the Behlen roundpens Clinton uses at each Walkabout Tour for training demonstrations. The 2019 tour will be making stops in: Buckeye, Arizona, Williamston, North Carolina, Redmond, Oregon, and Des Moines, Iowa. You’ll purchase the roundpen now, and then pick it up at the tour. Built to Clinton’s personal specifications, the […]

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December 4, 2018

Organize Your Life

By Classic Equine Have you ever only had a few minutes of time to spare so you rush out to the barn hoping to jump on your horse and ride, only to not be able to find the things you need? Let Classic Equine organize your life, your barn, and solve all of your storage […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship
December 4, 2018

Last Chance to Save Big and Get Gifts in Time for Christmas

Miss out on our big Black Friday sale? Dragging your feet about Christmas shopping for the Method follower on your list? Don’t fret, we’ve got your back! We’re offering one last chance to score huge savings on must-have training essentials and Downunder Horsemanship logoed shirts, outerwear and caps and have it all in time for […]

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No Worries Club
December 3, 2018

Find It on the No Worries Club: What Physical Characteristics Might Tell You About Your Horse

“In the 27 plus years I’ve been working with horses, I’ve noticed that physical characteristics can point to generalities in an individual’s trainability and overall disposition,” Clinton says. In the 2012 summer edition of the No Worries Journal, Clinton shares his theory about what a horse’s whorl pattern and eyes indicate about a horse in […]

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