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No Worries Club
October 19, 2021

Halloween Costume Contest Entries Open

Our annual No Worries Club Halloween Costume Contest is underway! This year, the contest comes with a theme: Recreate a movie moment. We want to see you and your horse represent an unforgettable moment from the big screen!

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Training Tips
October 19, 2021

Training Tip: What if You Don’t Have a Roundpen

In a perfect world, we all have a facility that meets our requirements to train our horses year-round. Reality is far from perfect, though. I’ve been there myself, some of the situations and conditions I’ve had to train horses out of throughout my career were far from desirable, but I found a way to get […]

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
October 19, 2021

Harry Bunton Recognized With Lifetime Achievement Award

During the Open House at his new barn in Farmington, Arkansas on October 2nd, Clinton bestowed the second Downunder Horsemanship Lifetime Achievement Award to a deserving No Worries Club member. The recipient, Harry Bunton, was surprised with the honor. The 94-year-old horseman drove to Arkansas from his home in Tennessee to attend the event with […]

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Walkabout Tours
October 19, 2021

Alexander Neville Foundation Set to be Our Ritchie Charity Group in Texas

The Alexander Neville Foundation will be joining us at the Dripping Springs, Texas Walkabout Tour November 13th and 14th as our Ritchie Industries Charity group. The foundation is fighting the out-of-control fentanyl crisis sweeping the country and is close to the hearts of the Downunder Horsemanship team. On June 23, 2020, 14-year-old Alexander Neville lost […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
October 19, 2021

Join Our Team: Warehouse Shipping Associate

We’re looking for a hard-working team player to join our crew at our warehouse in Springdale, Arkansas as a shipping associate. Our new team member will organize and inspect orders for shipping, receiving and assembly. We’re looking for someone to help us maintain standards and inventory control with a team-player attitude to keep our warehouse […]

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Training Tips
October 12, 2021

Training Tip: Don’t Create a Cinchy-Horse Problem

If thought isn’t given to how you do the cinch up, you can teach a horse to be “cinchy.” A “cinchy” or “cold-backed” horse has a tendency to overreact and possibly buck when pressure is applied around his belly or flank area. It’s normal for a horse to feel reactive whenever this area is squeezed […]

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Walkabout Tours
October 12, 2021

2021 Walkabout Tour is One Month Away

The countdown is on until we head southwest for our Texas Walkabout Tour presented by Ritchie Industries! A month from now, our setup crew and trucks will be en route to the Dripping Springs Ranch Park to begin preparing the facility for the two-day event. Located in Dripping Springs, Texas, the facility sits just outside […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship
October 12, 2021

Downunder Horsemanship Camping Mugs

Enjoy some quality time around the fire on your next camping trip or outdoor event with our brand-new camping mugs. The 10-ounce, double-walled mugs are made of stainless steel and feature fold-able carabiner clips. The mugs’ insulation maintains the temperature of your favorite beverage and their rolled rim edges make for a comfortable sipping experience. […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General Training Tips
October 12, 2021

Training Guide: Safely Introduce Your Horse to Being Bathed

Building a horse’s confidence about standing quietly while you bath him requires a step-by-step approach and patience. Water is scary to horses because not only does it move, but it also makes a noise when it’s sprayed on the horse’s body. Add to that the sensation the horse feels when the water hits his body, […]

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Training Tips
October 5, 2021

Training Tip: The Rule of Three When Saddling Your Horse

Properly tightening the cinch on your saddle ensures your horse’s wellbeing is taken into consideration, you’re not putting yourself in a dangerous situation and you’re not causing behavioral problems in your horse. While there’s no universal rule for how tight the cinch should be, it should be tightened in three stages. When I first saddle […]

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