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Tying Problems? Practice is the Key to Patience by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on Sep 14, 2018 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

Pawing the ground is a clear sign of impatience and frustration on the horse’s part. You’ve probably seen the horse that digs himself...

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Clinton Talks Colt Starting by Downunder Horsemanship

Posted by on Jun 13, 2018 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

Clinton – Downunder Horsemanship – talks candidly about his first colt starting experience, what he’s learned over the years...

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An Exercise to Slow Down a Speed Demon by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on Apr 25, 2018 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

If you know your horse has a tendency to turn a leisurely trail ride into an all-out race, set the situation up at home so that you can...

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Nip Bad Behavior in the Bud by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on Feb 21, 2018 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

Horses need both mental and physical stimulation to be happy and content, which means if you don’t give your horse a job and keep his...

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Don’t Let the Little Things Slip by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on Aug 29, 2017 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

The bank robber sitting in jail today didn’t start off committing the crime he’s doing time for. Instead, he started off by just...

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An Exercise in Softness: Flexing at the Standstill by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on Apr 4, 2017 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

Photos courtesy of Darrell Dodds Goal: To be able to slide your hand down one rein and with the lightest amount of pressure ask the horse...

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