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Training Tips
October 13, 2020

Training Tip: Creating Softness in Your Horse

Horses have a natural instinct to pull and push against pressure – not give and soften to it. So every opportunity you get, teach your horse to soften to pressure. You always want your horse thinking of how he can give and soften to pressure rather than thinking of how he can resist, stiffen and […]

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Clinton Anderson Clinton Anderson Performance Horses
October 13, 2020

Clinton and Hulk Score Big in the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Rein Work Prelims

The National Reined Cow Horse Association’s Snaffle Bit Futurity kicked off last week with the Rein Work preliminaries. On Saturday, Clinton and Hulk put in a phenomenal run, earning a 221. The score tied them for first-place honors in the Limited Open, as well as tied them for second place in the Intermediate Open and […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship
October 13, 2020

UV, Long-Sleeved Tees Now Available in Additional Colors

When we introduced our high-performance, long-sleeved tees this summer, they were an instant hit! The shirts not only offer exceptional UV protection and wick away moisture, they feature a big roo decal on the back. The long-sleeved tees are now available in four colors: Coral White Smoke Turquoise To learn more about the shirts and […]

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Sponsors
October 13, 2020

Keep Your Horse’s Dehydration at Bay

By Ritchie Industries In general, there are two simple tests you can do to assess how well your horse is hydrated – the skin pinch and the capillary refill. As a horse becomes dehydrated, the skin elasticity decreases. The skin pinch involves taking a fold of skin from the neck, just above the shoulder, and […]

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Sponsors
October 8, 2020

Stock up for Winter! Buy 3 Standlee products and get $5 off

      BUY 3, SAVE $5.00 Coupon required at time of purchase. Offer valid September 1 to October 31.   DOWNLOAD OFFER           Use Standlee Forage Finder® to find forage for your horse’s specific needs.

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Training Tips
October 6, 2020

Training Tip: The Importance of Protecting Your Personal Space

As a trainer, you need your horse’s respect and attention in order to teach him and gain his trust. Establishing your personal space will help you stay safe while doing just that. The first thing your horse has to understand is that you are fragile and he needs to be careful around you. I honestly […]

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Academy Horse
October 6, 2020

How to Find a Trainer for Your Horse

Do you dream of having an equine partner that’s safe, dependable and fun to be around? Our Professional Clinicians and Method Ambassadors are certified by Clinton to train horses for the public. The six-week Academy Horse Program takes horses through the Fundamentals level of the Method and is designed to suit the needs and surpass […]

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No Worries Club
October 6, 2020

Fall No Worries Journal Out for Members

The fall edition of the No Worries Journal is jam-packed with instructional articles to improve your horsemanship as well as personal insights from Professional Clinicians and Method followers. Among the training articles, you’ll learn how to take the struggle out of deworming your horse, the art to mastering rundowns, tips to improving a horse’s backup […]

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Sponsors
October 6, 2020

How Much Hay Does Your Horse Need for Winter?

By Standlee Premium Western Forage Winter is right around the corner, which means pastures will be dying before we know it and additional forage sources become a staple in horse diets. Are you the type of horse owner who buys what you can in late summer or fall, and then ends up having to find […]

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Training Tips
September 29, 2020

Training Tip: Take the Worry Out of Blanketing

The biggest mistake people make when trying to blanket a spooky horse is sneaking the blanket up on the horse. If you reach the blanket up towards the horse and he gets nervous and tries to move away, repeat the same motion another hundred times. When he relaxes, retreat and rub him. Then do it […]

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