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Training Tips
December 11, 2018

Ask Clinton: Lead Logic

Q: How do you feel which lead your horse is on while under saddle? Watching you in person and on video, I am amazed at how you can feel which lead your horse is on in front or behind. Any clues will help!

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Academy Method Ambassadors
December 11, 2018

A One-of-a-Kind Horsemanship Experience

Our 2019 Clinician Academy is dedicated to helping horsemen passionate about the Method fine-tune their skills in the Fundamentals level and attracts horsemen from around the world. Horsemen enter the program with varying goals, some choose to treat the seven-week course like a clinic to add to their horsemanship knowledge and have no desire to […]

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Clinton Anderson
December 11, 2018

Mark Your Calendars, Aussies!

Next December, Clinton is returning to Australia to put on a two-day training demonstration with his mentor and five-time Australian NRHA Futurity Champion and three-time NCHA Futurity Champion, Ian Francis. The event is being held at the Queensland State Equestrian Centre (QSEC) in Caboolture, Queensland, December 14th and 15th 2019. A schedule of training demonstrations […]

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Sponsors Walkabout Tours
December 11, 2018

We’re Looking for Non-Profit Organizations to Team Up With at Our Walkabout Tours

When the Walkabout Tour presented by Ritchie Industries visits Buckeye, Arizona, Williamston, North Carolina, Redmond, Oregon, and Des Moines, Iowa in 2019, we’ll be teaming up with a local non-profit organization to be our Ritchie Charity group. On the last day of each tour stop, we hold a Ritchie Charity Ball Toss in which horsemen […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship
December 11, 2018

Perfect Stocking Stuffers

Looking for something a little extra for the horse lover on your list? Or, just want a cool gift for yourself? Check out some of our must-have accessories!

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No Worries Club
December 11, 2018

How You’ll Receive the No Worries Journal in 2019

Starting this January, the No Worries Journal will be delivered to No Worries Club members as a digital download and to premium No Worries Club members as a digital download as well as a printed copy. We will no longer be mailing out journals to members at the basic club level. The journal will be […]

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Downunder Horsemanship App
December 11, 2018

Digital Content Q&A

Q: What if I don’t have a mobile device? How do I view a digital kit? A: All of the digital content you purchase can be viewed through the Downunder Horsemanship website using a computer.

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No Worries Club
December 11, 2018

Find It on the No Worries Club: Terrified of Water

A No Worries Club member asks Clinton: My horse is terrified of crossing water. How can I get him over his fear? Listen to Clinton’s answer by logging on to the No Worries Club website or the Downunder Horsemanship app and going to the Q&A video section. The No Worries Club website is home to […]

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Sponsors
December 6, 2018

How to Adjust Feeding Your Horse in the Winter

In the next couple of months, understanding “Lower Critical Temperature (LCT)” will be important for caring and feeding your horse(s) properly this winter. LCT is the temperature below which metabolic heat production must be increased to maintain body temperature. For mature horses, their LCT will fall around 5°F for a horse with a thick coat […]

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Training Tips
December 4, 2018

Ask Clinton: Correcting a Horse That Kicks Out

Whether your horse is kicking up to demonstrate his lack of respect or truly bucking out of fear or habit, there are several ways to fix the problem. If he’s kicking up because he doesn’t want to go forward (which is most often the case), go back and get his feet moving better on the […]

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