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News Archive

June 7, 2022

Give Mosquitoes the Boot This Summer

By Ritchie Industries That familiar high-pitched buzz is an unwelcome reminder that warm weather brings pesky mosquitoes. More than just annoying, some mosquitoes are the primary transmitters of West Nile virus, Eastern equine encephalomyelitis (EEE), and Western equine encephalomyelitis (WEE). Mosquito breeding requires just a small amount of stagnant or standing water. Some species lay […]

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Training Tips
May 31, 2022

Training Tip: Catch Your Horse in the Pasture Challenge

Can you go out to the pasture and catch your horse and lead him to the gate without having to halter him? How your horse greets you and what he’s willing to let you do with him when you enter the pasture says a lot about your partnership. As you progress through the Method and […]

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Clinton Anderson Horses Downunder Horsemanship - General
May 31, 2022

Happy Birthday, Phoenix

Clinton’s miniature horse, Phoenix, celebrates his fifteenth birthday on June 2nd. The sorrel gelding arrived at the ranch in 2009 as a 2-year-old colt and over the years has amassed a tremendous fan base of his own. He’s starred in a two-part series about using the Method to train miniature horses (watch the series by […]

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Academy Horse
May 31, 2022

Give Your Horse the Training He Deserves

Does your horse stand in his stall while you dream of one day being able to ride him? Maybe you bought him as a project to re-train but quickly realized you didn’t have the experience to help him overcome his longstanding problems. Or perhaps you wanted to start a horse yourself from the ground up […]

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Training Tips
May 24, 2022

Training Tip: Horse Continues to React to the Saddle After Numerous Saddlings

Question: I have a mare that I’ve started with the Colt Starting Series. She has responded well to the training, except she is still reactive to the saddle, even after saddling numerous times. She saddles sometimes and does not panic, and the next day, I will do the same saddling process and she will panic […]

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Downunder Horsemanship App No Worries Club
May 24, 2022

The Ins and Outs of Saddle Fit

No matter what discipline you do with your horse, if you want him to perform at his best, you need to use quality tack that fits him correctly. At the top of that list is your saddle. In the No Worries Club digital download, “Saddle Fit,” Clinton works with Brian Peterson, a saddle engineer at […]

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Walkabout Tours
May 24, 2022

Next Up, Kalispell, Montana Tour

Three months from now, we’ll be on our way to the Majestic Valley Arena in Kalispell, Montana to put on our second Walkabout Tour of the year. The event will begin Saturday, August 27th with a colt starting demonstration and wrap up Sunday, August 28th with a training session about teaching a horse to load […]

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Training Tips
May 17, 2022

Training Tip: Disengaging vs Engaging Your Horse’s Hindquarters

To be effective when training your horse, it’s important to understand the difference between disengaging the horse’s hindquarters and engaging them. I tell people to think of the horse’s hindquarters like the gas pedal of a car. The hindquarters are where all the horse’s power comes from. When you disengage a horse’s hindquarters, asking him […]

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May 17, 2022

One Participation Spot Available in the Fall Clinician Academy

If your goal is to attend the Clinician Academy and establish a career sharing the Method, time is of the essence. Just one participation spot remains open for the fall session of the seven-week course that will take place in Farmington, Arkansas October 3rd through November 18th. During the course, horsemen train two of their […]

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
May 17, 2022

Balancing Horsemanship and Life

Finding time to focus on your horsemanship can be difficult, especially when you have family and work commitments. With that being said, horses are just like kids, they learn best with consistency and repetition. The more often you can work with your horse, the quicker he’ll learn and remember lessons. Can you still make progress […]

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