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Training Tips
January 12, 2021

Training Tip: Horse Bolts While Being Lunged

Question: I have a 5-year-old Mustang mare that was unhandled until last fall when I got her. We are working on the Fundamentals. Things were going great in the roundpen, so I decided to start lunging on the lunge line outside of the roundpen in my unfenced arena. The problem I’m having is the mare […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
January 12, 2021

Share Your Success and We’ll Feature You

Do you have a better partnership with your horse because of the Method? Accomplished a milestone putting Clinton’s training to work? We want to share your successes and feature you and your horse on our media platforms! Here’s how it works: Record a short voice memo on your mobile device telling us why you believe […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
January 12, 2021

Get Your Horse to Move Forward Willingly

It’s impossible to train a horse without forward movement. “Having a horse that doesn’t move forward would be like if I handed you the keys to a brand new BMW with no gas pedal—other than being pretty to look at, it’d be useless to you,” Clinton says. “I like to compare the basics of training […]

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Method Ambassadors
January 12, 2021

Meet Method Ambassador Ken Trahan

Ten years ago, Ken reconnected with his childhood love of horses. “I had a few horses growing up and into my young adult years, but when my wife and I started having children, raising our family became my focus,” Ken explains. When he was ready to get back into horses, Ken contacted a friend in […]

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Training Tips
January 5, 2021

Training Tip: A Bit or Hackamore?

Q: I’m ready to start riding my horse. Should I use a bit to begin with or do you recommend I use a hackamore? – Kathy C.  A: I like to ride all of my colts in a hackamore during their first 10 to 15 rides because it gives them a chance to learn how […]

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No Worries Club
January 5, 2021

No Worries Club Signup Special Offer

If your goal this year is to become a better horseman, there’s no better way to ensure that you have the right knowledge and inspiration to stay motivated than by joining the No Worries Club. Becoming a club member is the best way to ensure that your journey through the Method goes smoothly and you […]

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Method Ambassadors
January 5, 2021

Meet Method Ambassador Katie Votaw

Katie was in the saddle by the time she was 5 and began taking jumping lessons when she was 6. The spunky cowgirl went on to compete in barrel racing and was on her high school rodeo team. After school, she competed in amateur rodeo, running barrels and poles and doing breakaway roping. She got […]

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No Worries Club
January 5, 2021

Winter Journal Available for Members

The winter edition of the No Worries Journal is out for club members to enjoy. The first issue of 2021 features our newest Method Ambassadors and is full of training tips to help you excel with the Method. Among the training articles, you’ll find help for head-shy horses, learn how to improve your horse’s lead […]

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Training Tips
December 29, 2020

Training Tip: Have a Plan for When Your Horse Spooks

From time to time, your horse is going to spook at objects on the trail. Having a fail-safe approach to handling a spook and remaining in control of the situation will make the incident a minor inconvenience rather than a ride-ruiner and will provide an opportunity to train your horse and make him a better […]

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