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Downunder Horsemanship - General Training Tips
April 26, 2022

Ace Lateral Flexion With Your Horse

A horse that is soft and supple is able to perform his job well and is a pleasure to ride. “A horse can never be too soft or supple. I have never had someone ask me what they do with a horse that’s too soft or moves his body too well. But, I do get […]

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April 25, 2022

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 […]

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Training Tips
April 19, 2022

Training Tip: An Important Exercise to Prepare Your Horse for His First Ride

When it comes to getting a colt quiet and prepared to feel a rider on his back, there’s no better technique than the Jeffrey’s Method. You start by rubbing the colt’s entire body with both of your hands. Then you lean and rub your body on the colt, acting like a giant human curry comb. […]

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No Worries Club
April 19, 2022

How to Progress Through the Downunder Horsemanship Method

If you’ve just joined the No Worries Club and are excited to get to work on your horsemanship but aren’t sure where to begin and feel overwhelmed by all the training information available, we’re here to help! Clinton’s put together a video that explains where you and your horse need to start the Method and […]

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April 19, 2022

Seven Weeks of Horsemanship

Imagine spending seven weeks focusing on nothing but bettering your horsemanship as you train two horses through the Fundamentals level of the Method. For horsemen enrolled in the Clinician Academy, it’s a reality. Throughout the program, students receive instruction from Professional Clinician Kristin Hamacher five days a week. Each of the 10 students brings one […]

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April 19, 2022

One Rein Stops Work Only if They’re Second Nature to You and Your Horse

When the unexpected occurs on the trail with your horse, a One Rein Stop – sliding your hand down one rein and flexing the horse’s head so that he stops moving his feet – is your emergency brake. However, it only works if you practice it and it becomes an ingrained habit for you and […]

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Training Tips
April 12, 2022

Training Tip: Handling an Aggressive Mare in a Group Ride

Question: I have a mare that tries to go after any other horse that rides near her; she even threatens horses at the opposite end of the arena. I spur her on and correct her as soon as I feel her intentions. Is there any way to overcome the problem without always having to be […]

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Walkabout Tours
April 12, 2022

Over $30,000 Raised for the Alexander Neville Foundation at the Franklin, TN Walkabout Tour

When the last tennis ball had been picked up from the Williamson County Ag Expo Park’s arena during the April 2nd and 3rd Walkabout Tour, the Alexander Neville Foundation raised $30,317. The non-profit organization works to bring awareness to the illicit fentanyl epidemic sweeping the country and has personal ties to Downunder Horsemanship. The foundation […]

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Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship - General
April 12, 2022

The Secret to Getting Results With Your Horse

One of the most frustrating things in the world is trying to accomplish a task but having no idea how to go about doing it. “As a kid, I read a lot of books and watched many videos of horse trainers doing amazing things with their horses. They could get their horses to back up […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General
April 12, 2022

Looking for a Full-Time Groom to Join Our Team

Clinton is looking for an experienced horseman to join his performance horse team in Farmington, Arkansas as a groom. Responsibilities include grooming and saddling horses as well as taking care of the horses’ overall well-being. The perfect candidate for the job will have a great work ethic and experience with the Method and above all […]

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