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Downunder Horsemanship App
April 13, 2021

Problem Solving Help: Horses That Jig

Jigging – that irritating half-prance horses fall into when they want to go faster and you won’t let them – is a symptom of nervousness or a lack of foundation. “Before you can fix your horse’s problem, you first have to understand why he is behaving the way that he is. Is your horse hot […]

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Shop Downunder Horsemanship
April 13, 2021

Choosing a Halter for a Cob-Sized Horse

With eight sizes available, the Downunder Horsemanship Halter fits horses of all breeds and conformation types, including cobs. While the term “cob” is most commonly used in the U.K., you may see cob-sized bridles and halters at tack stores in North America and other parts of the world. Cob simply refers to a type of […]

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Training Tips
April 6, 2021

Training Tip: How to Slow a Horse Down on a Group Trail Ride

Question: The group I ride with is very competitive in a fun way. When we’re on the trail, every time we ask for the canter, it means woo hoo race! It is fun, and we have done it a lot. Now, when I’m riding my mare with one other horse or with a group of […]

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No Worries Club
April 6, 2021

Download the Spring No Worries Journal

This year, the No Worries Club’s quarterly magazine celebrates its 15th year of print. The first issue of the No Worries Journal was delivered to members in the spring of 2007. That first issue featured Clinton’s insights on flying lead changes and the top 10 things to do with a foal. Over the years, the […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
April 6, 2021

Slobber Straps: One-Piece vs Two-Piece

The first time you hear a horseman mention “slobber straps,” you’ll likely be left scratching your head, imagining some sort of contraption meant for horses’ slobber. While they may have an odd name, slobber straps’ purpose is a simple one – they are pieces of leather that attach reins to the bit and act as […]

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Training Tips
March 30, 2021

Training Tip: Steady Pressure vs Driving Pressure

There are two types of pressure—steady pressure and driving pressure. Steady pressure is just that, a steady, consistent pressure. Driving pressure has a pulsating beat or rhythm to it—one, two, three, four; one, two, three, four.

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Clinton Anderson Performance Horses No Worries Club
March 30, 2021

Reined Cow Horse: Training Session Six With Lincoln

Clinton introduces Lincoln to the Performance Horses: Reined Cow Horse series in the newest training session release. The video was filmed in May and captures Clinton taking the then 4-year-old gelding through a typical training session, starting with a warm-up and then progressing to working a cow. Lincoln tends to be more sensitive and tightly […]

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Downunder Horsemanship App No Worries Club
March 30, 2021

Free Horse-Trailering Resource

Trailer-loading troubles are some of the most common issues all equestrians experience at one point or another with their horses. In his Trouble-Free Trailer Loading video series, Clinton explains how he builds a horse’s confidence about getting on the trailer and being comfortable with the experience. To make the series the most educational for horsemen, […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
March 30, 2021

Bring Your Horse Out of Winter Break With Groundwork

If your horse has had the winter off and you’re ready to get back in the saddle and hit the trail, keep these success tips in mind so that it is a safe and enjoyable experience. The first two sessions you spend with your horse after time off should consist of strictly groundwork. Groundwork is […]

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Academy
March 30, 2021

2022 Clinician Academy Filled

Enrollment in the 2022 Clinician Academy is officially closed as all of the participation spots are booked. While the course attracted horsemen from around the United States, international horsemen, hailing from Canada and Germany, account for half of the class. The seven-week course is designed to help horsemen fine-tune their understanding and application of the […]

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