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June 13, 2019

Just hook up a hose. It’s that easy!

Just hook up a hose. It’s that easy! Face it, filling and scrubbing tanks is the worst!

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Training Tips
June 11, 2019

Training Tip: Back Circles to Improve Your Horse’s Overall Performance

A large part of training performance horses focuses on ensuring your horse’s entire body, from his nose to his tail, is soft and supple. You should be able to move any part of his body off a feather-light touch. If you can’t shape your horse for a maneuver, there’s no hope that he’ll be able […]

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Clinton Anderson Performance Horses
June 11, 2019

Bred to Perform

Great performance horses move with supreme athletic ability – sliding, turning back a cow, spinning or effortlessly executing a lead change. They have the conformation, the bloodlines, the attitude and the training to do what’s asked of them, and they dominate their sports. Match an exceptional horse with a world-class trainer and success comes naturally. […]

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June 11, 2019

Trick Training: Not Just for the Circus

Consistency in a training program is key to getting an all-around safe, dependable equine partner. Clinton often tells people: “Consistency is your greatest alley, and inconsistency is your greatest enemy.” While that tried-and-true formula is essential to a well-broke horse, it’s equally important to include variety. “Variety keeps training sessions fresh and interesting for your […]

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June 11, 2019

Ringo and Rowdy

You’d be hard pressed to find a cuter pair of brothers than Ringo and Rowdy. The two sorrel colts have plenty of chrome and share the same bloodlines – Epic Titan x Miss Brim Star. When Titan entered the breeding shed in 2018 after winning the Cactus Reining Classic and receiving reserve champion honors at […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
June 11, 2019

Learn How to be a Weekend Warrior With Ian Francis

Clinton credits legendary Australian horseman Ian Francis for teaching him how to finesse his riding and how to gain feather-light control of his horses’ body. In December, Clinton will be joining Ian at the Queensland State Equestrian Centre, where the two horsemen will share their knowledge and training methods. Throughout the December 14th and 15th […]

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No Worries Club
June 11, 2019

Find It on the No Worries Club Website: The Importance of Consistency When Working With Colts

Consistency is a key component to making progress with a horse. “I always tell people: When you’re training a horse, one of the most important things to remember is that consistency is your greatest ally and inconsistency is your greatest enemy,” Clinton says. “Horses learn best through repetition. The more consistent you are in both […]

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June 11, 2019

Start of Summer Sale Sneak Peek

With the official start of summer just around the corner, there’s no better time to challenge your horsemanship and teach your horse new skills! Next week, we’re offering incredible deals on HandsOn Gloves and two training bundles.   Trick Training Essentials $94.99 NWC members or $124.99 non-members The Trick Training Essentials package includes tools you’ll […]

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Training Tips
June 4, 2019

Training Tip: Horse Acts Snarly Around Food

Q: I have a 4-year-old Quarter Horse filly. When I approach her with the grain bowl, her ears go flat back. If I walk away with it, her ears come back up.

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June 4, 2019

Best of Luck to the 2019 Academy Class

Horsemen in the 2019 Clinician Academy have entered their final week of study at the ranch. This week, they’re working on refining their horses’ training and preparing for their final exam. They’ll take their practical exam next Monday and Tuesday, which will cover all of the groundwork and riding exercises in the Fundamentals level of […]

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