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Training Tips
January 24, 2023

Training Tip: Get Out of the Concept Stage of Training With Your Horse

Once your horse understands what you’re asking of him, enter the “do it now” stage of training. When you first teach a horse something, it’s called the concept lesson. In the concept lesson, your goal is to get the general idea of the lesson across to the horse. For example, if you’re teaching your horse […]

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Clinton Anderson
January 24, 2023

Uncut and Real Raw With Clinton Anderson Podcast off to a Blazing Start

Clinton’s foray into podcasting is off to a great start thanks to all of you! He released his Uncut and Real Raw With Clinton Anderson podcast last Monday with two episodes featuring Melanie Smith, the owner of Solo Select Horses. According to reports on podcast download numbers, the average podcast receives 141 downloads in its […]

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Method Ambassadors
January 24, 2023

Meet Method Ambassador Bo Van Duys

Born into a family of horse lovers, Bo started riding as a 3-year-old. When it was time for a horse of her own, her parents got her Ned, a Gypsy Vanner. The easygoing gelding was the perfect horse for Bo to learn with and grow her horsemanship skills. The two started out taking English riding […]

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Training Tips
January 17, 2023

Training Tip: Don’t Hang Out in a Shade of Gray With Your Horse

Be black or white with your horse. He’s either responding correctly or he’s not. Don’t be wishy-washy with him or inconsistent about what you consider acceptable and unacceptable.

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Clinton Anderson
January 17, 2023

Clinton Releases the First Episode of his Uncut and Real Raw Podcast

On Monday, Clinton officially released his podcast: Uncut and Real Raw With Clinton Anderson. With the podcast, Clinton aims to interview successful entrepreneurs each month and share the conversations he has with them. “Everyone has a unique story, and I’ve always been fascinated with people who start from nothing and through a combination of hard […]

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Method Ambassadors
January 17, 2023

Meet Method Ambassador Maren Jochum

Maren was born with a love for horses. Everything about them fascinated her, but growing up behind the Berlin Wall in West Germany made it difficult to follow her passion. Dogs became her go-to horses so to speak and she contented herself with visiting stables any chance she had. “My dad would even go to […]

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Training Tips
January 10, 2023

Training Tip: Get Quick About Reading What Your Horse Needs in the Moment

Good horsemen are always reading their horses and making adjustments according to what the horse needs to succeed in any particular moment. This tip has two parts to it. The first part is for people who go into training sessions fixated on working on one or two particular exercises and focus solely on the exercise […]

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Walkabout Tours
January 10, 2023

Countdown to the First Walkabout Tour of 2023

Two months from now, our team will be in Lexington, Virginia, to hold the first Walkabout Tour presented by Ritchie Industries of the year. It’s been years since we’ve been to the Virginia Horse Center and we’re counting down the days to the event! Schedule of Events Saturday Schedule: 9:00 – 12:00 Colt Starting, Part […]

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Method Ambassadors
January 10, 2023

Meet Method Ambassador Grant Grogan

Grant was raised in Alabama on his family’s cattle ranch. Although he was the first person in his family to have an interest in horses, it was a passion his parents encouraged. They got him a horse of his own when he was in the third grade. “Rusty was an 8-year-old Quarter Horse gelding, and […]

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Walkabout Tours
January 3, 2023

Training Tip: Let Your Horse Digest Corrections

When you make a correction and your horse responds correctly, let him think about it. Literally stop and let the horse stand still and digest what just happened. You’ll find that if you give your horse a chance to process the situation, he’ll be less likely to make the mistake again. Too many people get […]

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