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Training Tips
June 8, 2021

Training Tip: Q&A With Clinton: Teaching a Foal to Lead Properly

Question: I am training my 9-month-old filly to lead. She backs up and falls over repeatedly until she won’t get up. How do I break this behavior? – Johnboy4033 Clinton’s Answer: Since you don’t provide much detail about how you’re teaching your foal to lead, I’m going to assume that you’re putting a halter and […]

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Clinician Method Ambassadors
June 8, 2021

Schedules Filling Up

After a year off the road due to the pandemic, our Professional Clinicians and Method Ambassadors are back to booking clinics and private lessons to share the Method and help horse owners develop better partnerships with their horses. Learn all about our clinicians and ambassadors on our website. By using the map feature, you […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
June 8, 2021

Build Your Horse’s Confidence Around Clippers

Attempting to trim a horse that fears clippers is frustrating and can turn downright dangerous. Whether a horse is afraid of the noise clippers make or the vibrating feeling of having them next to his body, Clinton’s got a step-by-step plan to help you build your horse’s confidence. Clinton details his approach to teaching a […]

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Training Tips
June 1, 2021

Training Tip: Why is Your Horse Afraid of the Trailer?

When I was a kid, getting my horse on the trailer always turned into a huge tug-of-war. I’d ask her to step onto the trailer, and she’d fight the halter, rear and back up. My entire family would get involved; we’d run a rope behind her butt and try to push her on the trailer. […]

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Walkabout Tours
June 1, 2021

The Walkabout Tour is Headed to Texas in November

The Walkabout Tour is back! Clinton’s bringing the two-day event presented by Ritchie Industries to the Dripping Springs Ranch Park & Event Center November 13th and 14th. Located in Dripping Springs, Texas, the facility sits just outside of Austin and is surrounded by tourist attractions. The event will get started on Saturday, November 13th at […]

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No Worries Club
June 1, 2021

What Your Horse Should Know Before Hitting the Trail

The June No Worries Club digital download is all about preparing your horse to head out on the trail. Clinton works with four club members and Method Ambassador Rick Badousek to outline the bare minimum groundwork exercises he expects a horse and rider to know before leaving the safety of the arena. “If you want […]

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Training Tips
May 25, 2021

Training Tip: The Perils of Training a Horse With Another Person

Question: My wife and I have an 8-year-old Paint and we are starting him on your Fundamentals. We have problems with his ground manners. I would like to know if we can both work him, and if so, how should we proceed, keeping in mind that we should work with him at least three days […]

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Academy Method Ambassadors
May 25, 2021

Clinician Academy Students Halfway There

Yesterday marked the start of the fourth week of the 2021 Clinician Academy. The students are taking two of their personal horses through the Fundamentals level of the Method and are making good progress. The 10 horsemen enrolled in the course have already taken their theory test and have three more weeks to fine-tune their […]

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Downunder on YouTube
May 25, 2021

Trail Riding Training Tips on our YouTube Channel

Taking your horse down the trail can be some of the best fun you have with him. It’s hard to beat riding a well-trained horse in pretty country. Trail riding can be as relaxing or as challenging as you desire and it creates a better partnership between you and your horse. Plus, it’s just plain […]

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Training Tips
May 18, 2021

Training Tip: Groundwork Ensures a Safe and Hassle-Free Ride

If your horse is fresh, disrespectful or has a bad attitude on the ground, guess what he’ll be like under saddle? Worse! Get all of the kinks out of your horse on the ground so that when you get on you won’t run into problems. Horse problems come from two causes: a lack of respect […]

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