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Training Tips
March 22, 2022

Training Tip: When to Work on Collected Lead Departures With Your Horse

If you want to know how truly broke a horse is, watch him do a lead departure. Horses with no training flip their heads and necks up and pull themselves into the lead with their front legs when asked to canter. Well-trained horses, on the other hand, effortlessly step into the canter while remaining soft […]

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March 22, 2022

Clinton’s Must-Have Grooming Essentials

When it comes to making sure his horses feel and look their best, Clinton is a perfectionist. While a balanced nutrition program is key to a horse’s health and overall look, having the right products to care for their coat and manes and tails enhances their appearance. At the ranch, Clinton relies on the UltraCruz […]

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Training Tips
March 22, 2022

Transition Your Horse From a Hackamore to a Snaffle Bit

Between a horse’s 10th and 14th ride, Clinton switches him over from a hackamore to a bridle with a snaffle bit. “When you decide to switch your horse from a hackamore over to the bridle really comes down to the individual. If your colt is doing well in the hackamore, it doesn’t hurt to leave […]

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Training Tips
March 15, 2022

Training Tip: Handling a Reactive Horse on a Group Ride

Question: I have been working through the Fundamentals course. My horse obeys my commands when working in the roundpen and when we’re out on the trail alone. When I ride with someone or in a group, she gets really nervous, and at times I cannot control her. I know the answer is not to use […]

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Walkabout Tours
March 15, 2022

Two Horses, One Training Method

Next month, when Clinton brings the Walkabout Tour presented by Ritchie Industries to the Williamson County Ag Expo Park in Franklin, Tennessee, the audience will watch two horses start their journeys in the Method in training demonstrations on the ground and under saddle. Both horses were chosen to be worked with at the tour because […]

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No Worries Club
March 15, 2022

Prepare Your Horse for Spring Healthcare

If you dread battling your horse to give him de-wormer or asking him to stand quietly for vaccinations, Clinton’s here to help. In the No Worries Club digital download, “Horse Health,” he assembles a team of professionals to address a variety of health-related topics that will help you keep your horse healthy and feeling his […]

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Academy
March 15, 2022

Fall Clinician Academy Moved Up

This fall’s Clinician Academy will start October 3rd and run through November 18th. After hearing feedback from horsemen and meeting with the team at Downunder Horsemanship, Clinton decided to bump the course up a few weeks so that it didn’t stretch over Thanksgiving and go into December. The earlier start will make for better training […]

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Training Tips
March 8, 2022

Training Tip: Horsemanship Test: Backing Your Horse in a Circle Around an Object

Here’s a fun challenge you can test your horsemanship with the next time you ride your horse. See if you can back your horse in a smooth, even circle around an inanimate object, such as a tree or cone, without him getting sticky feet or throwing his head up. You should tackle this challenge after […]

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Walkabout Tours
March 8, 2022

Trailer Loading Demo Horse Needed for Tennessee Walkabout Tour

Is getting your horse to load on the trailer a frustrating, nerve-wracking experience? Clinton is looking for a horse that is fearful and panics about getting on the trailer to work with at the Franklin, Tennessee Walkabout Tour. Throughout the training demonstration, Clinton and one of his Professional Clinicians will work with the horse to […]

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March 8, 2022

Look What We Found: Performance Horse Split Reins

Our warehouse team was reorganizing shelving and came across a dusty box pushed in a far back corner. When they opened it up, they found a small stash of our discontinued white performance horse split reins. The reins are made of the same high-quality yachting rope as Clinton’s mecate reins, but feature a thinner diameter […]

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