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Training Tips
January 11, 2022

Training Tip: Your Horse’s Frame of Mind is Important

Whenever you’re working on desensitizing your horse – getting him to stand still and relax while you approach him with an object or stimulus – set the situation up so that your horse is in a good frame of mind. That means he’s using the thinking side of his brain and is wanting to stand […]

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Walkabout Tours
January 11, 2022

We’re Looking Forward to Our First Tour of 2022

When the first weekend of April hits, our team will be in Franklin, Tennessee to hold the first Walkabout Tour presented by Ritchie Industries of the year. With an updated training demonstration schedule and a fan base itching to experience the Method in person, we’re counting down the days! Schedule of Events Saturday Schedule: 9:00 […]

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Training Tips
January 11, 2022

Teach Your Horse to Stand Quietly While Being Groomed

If your horse constantly fidgets and paws the ground while you’re trying to groom him, he’s telling you that you need to evaluate how you’re interacting with him and brush up on the basics. Behavior like fidgety feet, pawing, rearing and running backwards, can quickly make grooming impossible. Clinton explains how to correct behavioral problems […]

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Academy Horse
January 11, 2022

Are You and Your Horse Perfect Candidates for the Academy Horse Program?

Our Professional Clinicians and Method Ambassadors train horses for the public following Clinton’s Academy Horse Program. The trainers are located throughout the United States as well as in Canada and Germany. The six-week training program is perfect for you if: You have a “problem” horse… All problems are caused by a lack of respect or […]

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Training Tips
January 4, 2022

Training Tip: The Jeffrey’s Method: A Must-Do Desensitizing Exercise for Colts

When it comes to getting a colt quiet and prepared to feel a rider on his back, there’s no better technique than the Jeffrey’s Method. To practice the exercise with your horse, you start by rubbing his entire body with both of your hands. Then you lean and rub your body on the colt, acting […]

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No Worries Club
January 4, 2022

The Winter No Worries Journal is Full of Inspiration and Instruction

The winter issue of the No Worries Journal is packed full of inspirational stories and how-to training advice. You’ll get an inside look at the Open House we held last fall, join Clinton in remembering his close friend and mentor Doug Carpenter, and be motivated to reach your personal goals. Training articles in the issue […]

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Academy Method Ambassadors
January 4, 2022

2022 Clinician Academy Update

Due to popular demand, we will be adding a second Clinician Academy session this year. The second session will take place in the fall and will be taught by Professional Clinician Kristin Hamacher. For the past few years, the Academy has been booked a couple of years in advance. The 2022 Academy filled within several […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
January 4, 2022

Raising Young Horses Resource

There’s nothing better than working with a foal and watching him mature and grow into himself. Clinton is often asked how he progresses a young horse’s training, from imprinting to starting the horse under saddle. Here’s his rule of thumb: From the time your foal is born until you wean him at 4 to 6 […]

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Training Tips
December 28, 2021

Training Tip: Handling an Abused Horse

Question: My 16-year-old grandson bought a horse that was previously owned by a young girl who used him in eventing and for trail riding. She boarded him while she was in college, and while at that barn he was abused, being beaten by a stable hand every day for six months. This horse is very […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
December 28, 2021

Happy New Year!

We hope 2022 proves to be a year for you to improve your horsemanship and meet personal training goals. Clinton will be challenging himself by polishing his skills as a showman in reined cow horse competitions and encourages you to test your skills by trying a new discipline or challenging yourself to reach the next […]

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