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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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Training Tips
May 10, 2022

Training Tip: Help for a Pasture-Sour Horse

Question: My horse has always been good out on the trail, but bolshie on the ground and lacks manners. His previous owners were scared of him. I recently moved yards, and he is now turned out in a lovely field 24/7. On our third ride at the new yard, he spun and bolted with me […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General Downunder Horsemanship App
May 10, 2022

Training Video Assets

All of Clinton’s training kits have written guides that correspond to each of the video lessons. The Arena Mates follow the 8 Steps to Success that the Downunder Horsemanship Method is known for, detailing the goal, the why, the teaching stage, the common handler/rider mistakes, the common horse problems, the troubleshooting advice, the success tips […]

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Downunder Horsemanship App No Worries Club
May 10, 2022

Put Miles Under Your Horse’s Feet

Everyone wants their horse to be a safe, dependable partner they can trust in the arena or on the trail. A key factor in getting your horse to that point in his training is putting steady miles under his feet. When Clinton apprenticed with Australian horseman Gordon McKinlay, the two would muster cattle for nearby […]

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Training Tips
May 3, 2022

Training Tip: Horse Pins His Ears When You Walk Past His Stall

A horse pins his ears and acts defensive when you walk past his stall because he is protective of his area. It’s an all-too common problem at boarding stables. The fix is making your horse realize that you can control his feet anywhere, whether it’s in the roundpen, the arena, the pasture, on the trail […]

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No Worries Club
May 3, 2022

May No Worries Club Video Now Streaming

In the May No Worries Club digital download, Professional Clinician Kristin Hamacher introduces “Come To Me,” an exercise she’s developed over the years to help get a horse better connected to you and softer and more supple on the ground. In this session, she works with Rip, a 2-year-old performance horse, to show you the […]

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Clinician Method Ambassadors
May 3, 2022

Find Downunder Horsemanship Clinics and Lessons in Your Area

Our Professional Clinicians and Method Ambassadors routinely teach horsemanship clinics and lessons. While some events are private, many clinics are open to public participants and welcome spectators. To make it easier to find horsemanship events taking place in your area, we’ve added a map with event locations to the “schedule” page on the clinician website. […]

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Training Tips
April 26, 2022

Training Tip: Keeping a Stallion Calm Around Mares

Question: I have a 14-year-old Andalusian stallion. I really need help with a behavior issue he has. How do I teach him to be calm around mares?

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