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Downunder Horsemanship - General Training Tips
September 28, 2021

Training Guide: How to Stop Your Horse From Biting You

Horses need both mental and physical stimulation to be happy and content. If you don’t give your horse a job and keep his mind busy, he’ll find an outlet for his pent-up energy and a way to keep his mind busy. In a lot of cases, that results in the horse developing some sort of […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship
September 28, 2021

Let Your Passion for the Method Shine With Our Roo Charm Jewelry Set

Our Roo Charm Jewelry set is crafted by Montana Silversmiths and includes a beautiful custom-made necklace and set of earrings. The oval shaped necklace is finished in a patina silver tone, featuring a black roo logo etched in the charm. The earrings feature the same stunning black roo logo dangling from French wires for easy […]

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Sponsors
September 23, 2021

Ritchie Waterers: 100 Years of American Made

  100 Years Strong & Enduring In 1921, Thomas Ritchie patented the first automatic waterer valve that solved many of the headaches that farmers faced in getting water to their livestock. His automatic float-controlled watering equipment was connected to underground running water and heated with a kerosene lamp to keep the water flowing during the […]

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Training Tips
September 21, 2021

Training Tip: Transfer Confidence to Your Horse on the Trail, Part 3

When it comes to teaching an inexperienced horse how to be confident on the trail, it should come as no surprise that the rider plays a key role. A rider’s level of confidence and ability to be a good leader directly transfer to the horse. If the rider is confident and an active leader, the […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
September 21, 2021

Add Purpose to Your Horsemanship

Learning the Fundamentals groundwork and riding exercises to establish a partnership with your horse is just the start of the fun you can have together! When a horse and rider are confident in the arena, Clinton encourages them to apply their knowledge on the trail. “Riding outside the confines of an arena just makes a […]

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Walkabout Tours
September 21, 2021

Horses Fearful of the Trailer Needed for Texas Walkabout Tour

At one point in their life, every horseman comes across a horse that refuses to get anywhere near the trailer. That’s why the trailer loading demonstration at Walkabout Tours is always popular. During the event, Clinton works with a local horse with a trailer-loading problem to share his step-by-step approach to building a horse’s confidence […]

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Training Tips
September 14, 2021

Training Tip: Transfer Confidence to Your Horse on the Trail, Part 2

When it comes to teaching an inexperienced horse how to be confident on the trail, it should come as no surprise that the rider plays a key role. A rider’s level of confidence and ability to be a good leader directly transfer to the horse. If the rider is confident and an active leader, the […]

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
September 14, 2021

Spend a Day Exploring Clinton’s New Barn

On October 2nd, Clinton is opening up his facility in Farmington, Arkansas to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend and check out the world-class setup he’s designed for his performance horses. The trainer has a full day of learning and fun planned, including two horse training demonstrations, a tour of the facility, and capping […]

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Method Ambassadors
September 14, 2021

Meet 2021 Method Ambassador Amber Benjamin

Amber fell in love with horses at a young age, and like all young horse lovers, dreamed of having a horse of her own. Because her family lived on a 12-mile barrier island in New Jersey, it was impossible for them to have horses. Fortunately, Amber’s uncle had a ranch and encouraged his niece’s passion […]

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Sponsors
September 14, 2021

Make Sure Your Disaster Plan Holds Water

By Ritchie Industries Tornadoes in Georgia, floods in Michigan, wildfires in California and Hurricane Elsa hitting Florida, 2021 so far has been another busy year for the destructive forces of Mother Nature. No matter where you live, disasters can strike at any time and can impact your horses and facilities. There are two major scenarios […]

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