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Shop Downunder Horsemanship Walkabout Tours
March 8, 2022

Special Pricing for 2022 Tour Roundpens

Looking to add a roundpen to your facility? Get a deal and save on shipping by purchasing one of the Behlen roundpens Clinton uses at each Walkabout Tour stop. The 2022 tour will be making stops in Franklin, Tennessee, Kalispell, Montana, and Jacksonville, Florida. You’ll purchase the roundpen now, and then pick it up at […]

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Training Tips
March 1, 2022

Training Tip: Handling a Nervous Horse on the Trail

Question: My horse is very well-behaved and level-headed. I was on a ride last night with a friend whose horse is also very well-behaved. We rode past a pasture and the lone horse in the pasture came running to the fence.

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No Worries Club
March 1, 2022

Colt Starting Clinic Diary Series: First Rides

Heading into day four of the Colt Starting Clinic, Professional Clinician Jeff Davis knows that the day is going to be a pivotal point in the horses’ training journey. Each of the horses will be ridden for the first time. If a horse’s first ride goes well, it sets him up for a lifetime of […]

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No Worries Club
March 1, 2022

Most Valuable Lesson Learned from Clinton – Share Your Story!

In each No Worries Journal, we feature the most valuable lessons club members have learned from Clinton. We love hearing your stories and sharing them with other members. To participate tell us the single most important lesson Clinton has taught you that has helped shape your horsemanship. Submit your stories and a high-resolution photo to […]

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Training Tips
February 22, 2022

Training Tip: Understanding Horse Height

My experience in the horse world says that at least half the riders out there do not understand horse height in relation to a human’s height and weight. And most of those people believe that a bigger horse is better. It’s not. My mentor Gordon McKinlay used to tell me all the time: It takes […]

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No Worries Club
February 22, 2022

No Worries Club 15th Anniversary Sale

Fifteen years ago this month, Clinton created the No Worries Club. Today thru Thursday, February 24th, we’re celebrating with an anniversary sale! The first 150 people to join the club will receive a $15 coupon to use on our e-store. Plus, when you claim the Welcome Kit during signup, we’ll send you a special bonus […]

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Downunder Horsemanship - General Training Tips
February 22, 2022

Correcting a Horse’s Problematic Behavior at Feeding Time

If your horse turns into a bully when you bring feed into his stall or pasture, you don’t need to be told you’re putting yourself in a dangerous situation. Horses that are aggressive around food get pinny-eared and kick out, strike and even run people over. It’s behavior that’s not only dangerous but life-threatening. You […]

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Clinician Method Ambassadors
February 22, 2022

Certified Instructors’ Schedules Booking Up

With spring just around the corner, our Professional Clinicians and Method Ambassadors are filling up their schedules with private lessons and clinics. While Method Ambassadors teach lessons and clinics that focus on the Fundamentals level of the Method, Professional Clinicians teach all facets of the Method from Fundamentals through Advanced. While the Method training videos […]

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Training Tips
February 15, 2022

Training Tip: Picking Up the Correct Lead From a Standstill

As you and your horse work on leads and learn to communicate better, you can increase the challenge of picking up the correct lead by asking the horse to do so from the standstill. Asking a horse to pick up the correct lead and canter collected from the standstill requires precise cues on your part […]

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Academy
February 15, 2022

Personal Accomplishments in the Clinician Academy

When horsemen enroll in the Clinician Academy, they receive hands-on instruction five days a week from Professional Clinician Kristin Hamacher. With only nine other students in their training sessions, each horseman receives personalized help to make the most of their time at the ranch. While everyone’s goal is to receive certification as a Method Ambassador […]

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