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Sponsors
May 22, 2020

Hand Sanitizing Gel by UltraCruz Available Now

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Sponsors
May 21, 2020

Buy 1, save $2 on Standlee Premium Products!

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Training Tips
May 19, 2020

Training Tip: Use the “Hot Potato Give” to Teach Your Horse to Soften to the Bit

The first step to teaching a horse how to collect is to teach him to give to the bit, period. Always start at the standstill, and then progress through the gaits as the horse understands. The ultimate goal is collection, but in the beginning, it is just a soft feel. When you first pick up […]

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Clinton Anderson Performance Horses No Worries Club
May 19, 2020

New Release in Performance Horse Training Series

Training session four is getting underway in the Performance Horse Series: Reined Cow Horses. The first video to be released is a training session with 3-year-old stallion, Hulk. Clinton explains the warm-up exercise Hinging, works on Hulk’s responsiveness in the Advanced Rollbacks exercise, and then focuses on working a mechanical cow. No Worries Club members […]

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Fundamentals with Phoenix
May 15, 2020

Fundamentals With Phoenix: How to Train Your Human

Lesson 7: Summon Your Inner Energizer Bunny This week’s lesson is all about the dreaded L word – L-U-N-G-E – as in your human forcing you to trot or lope endless circles for 30 minutes straight while they continuously crack the air behind you with a lunge whip and cluck every 15 seconds. The never-ending […]

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Training Tips
May 12, 2020

Training Tip: Ride Solo When Introducing a Horse to Trail Riding

When I’m taking a horse out on the trail for the first time, I prefer to ride out by myself so that it’s just the two of us. When you get two or more horses on the trail, they have a tendency to want to race one another and get reactive. And, when you do […]

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Walkabout Tours
May 12, 2020

Teaching a Horse to Lope on a Loose Rein

When Clinton brings the Walkabout Tour to the Majestic Valley Arena in Kalispell, Montana, in August, he’ll share a variety of in-depth training demonstrations. One of the session will focus on how to teach a horse to lope on a loose rein with confidence. Clinton invites two horses with loping issues into the arena. While […]

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Sponsors
May 12, 2020

Life Goes on for Your Horse

By Ritchie Industries You’re hearing it everywhere—we’re living in unprecedented times. The virus we’re all facing as a country and as a world has people everywhere adjusting to new social distancing practices. Our way of life has changed, and we have to adapt to care for the things that matter most, like our horses. When […]

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Fundamentals with Phoenix
May 9, 2020

Fundamentals With Phoenix: How to Train Your Human

Lesson 6: You’re in charge. Prove it. Need a quick plan of attack to derail your human’s efforts?

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Training Tips
May 5, 2020

Training Tip: End a Trail Ride on a Relaxed Note

One of the best things you can do for your horse is to let him walk the last hundred feet or so of a trail ride. That gives him the opportunity to relax and cool down so that he returns to the barn or trailer in a good frame of mind. You don’t want him […]

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