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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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3 Tips to Achieving Collection by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on Dec 5, 2016 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

Photos courtesy of Darrell Dodds The key to collection isn’t in the horse’s head and neck, but rather from his withers on back. It’s...

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STOP ON WHOA by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on Sep 12, 2016 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

Photos courtesy of Darrell Dodds A good stop is important for your safety and overall control. Using the Stop on Whoa exercise, you can...

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CALMING THE OVERANXIOUS HORSE IN SPEED EVENTS by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on Jun 21, 2016 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

Photos courtesy of Darrell Dodds A horse that’s anticipating the run ahead is using the reactive side of his brain, which means he has an...

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HELICOPTER EXERCISE by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on May 18, 2016 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

     Photos courtesy of Darrell Dodds Goal To be able to swing the stick and string up and over the horse’s body with high energy so...

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Horses have ‘Magnets’, by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on May 2, 2016 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson | 0 comments

Unlocking the Power of Magnets All horses have what I like to call magnets ““ objects they are naturally drawn to. Magnets can be...

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