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Clinton Anderson: More Horse Than Handle, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

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  • Clinton Anderson: Fundamentals on the Trail, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:00

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains how to train a horse to be a safe, willing and confident trail partner. Subscribe to our channel

    Learn more about Clinton's approach to horsemanship and the Downunder Horsemanship Method on our website

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  • Clinton Anderson: Training a Rescue Horse, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

    45:21

    Working with Cider, Clinton chronicles the training of a rescue horse. Subscribe to our channel
    Cider is a 6-year-old mare that has been rescued from starvation twice and has no training beyond basic haltering and handling. Clinton worked with Habitat for Horses to find Cider and share his belief that, if approached correctly, taking on a rescue horse can be a rewarding experience. Don't miss all of the instruction and inspiration this 13-part series has to offer.

    Learn more about Clinton and Downunder Horsemanship at

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  • Clinton Anderson: Working With Hot and Busy-Minded Horses - Downunder Horsemanship

    29:05

    There are some horses that are naturally really hot and nervous, and even after they’ve been taken through the Fundamentals groundwork and riding exercises and the foundation trail exercises, they still have a lingering desire to be in a hurry everywhere they go. Subscribe to our channel These horses require a little extra training and patience. Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains that the fix is not to force the horse to calm down and relax, but to turn your idea to slow down into the horse’s idea.

    Master your horsemanship skills by joining the No Worries Club: where Clinton provides thousands of hours of step-by-step videos on how to train your horse.

  • Clinton Anderson: Headshy: A Fundamental Fix, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:00

    Head-shy horses make haltering and bridling nearly impossible and downright dangerous with their head tossing, pulling away and even rearing up or striking out. Subscribe to our channel Horses become head shy for a number of reasons. While some cases are caused by physical problems, most head-shy problems rest in the horse being afraid of his ears or muzzle being handled because the horse has never been introduced to the concept, he’s had prior rough treatment or he’s just disrespectful. If your horse cops an attitude when you try to work around his head, this lesson is your step-by-step guide to taking away his fear.

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  • Clinton Anderson Presents: Gaining Control and Respect on the Ground

    24:17

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson works with a group of clinic participants, teaching them how to gain the respect and control of their horses on the ground and under saddle. Subscribe to our channel

    About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship
    Clinton Anderson is a clinician, horse trainer and competitor. He’s dedicated his life to helping others realize their horsemanship dreams and keeping them inspired to achieve their goals. The Downunder Horsemanship Method gives horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Clinton instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools to make learning horsemanship as accessible and easy as possible. Discover for yourself how Clinton and the Method can help you achieve your horsemanship dreams at

  • Clinton Anderson: Correcting Mouthy Horses - Downunder Horsemanship

    7:45

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains how to correct a horse that mouths on your clothes and chews on lead ropes.

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    Master your horsemanship skills by joining the No Worries Club: where Clinton provides thousands of hours of step-by-step videos on how to train your horse.

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  • Clinton Anderson: Perfecting the Posse, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:01

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson arrives in Crockett, Texas to help members of the DUH Posse, a Method meet-up group, with Intermediate level exercises. Subscribe to our channel

    Learn more about Clinton's approach to horsemanship and the Downunder Horsemanship Method on our website

  • Clinton Anderson: A Day in the Life of an Ambassador Student, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:00

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson gives an inside look at his Method Ambassador program and the talented horsemen vying for certification. Subscribe to our channel Clinton introduces the Method Ambassador program and takes you through a day of training at the Academy. In this episode, Clinton teaches Method Ambassador hopefuls how to apply the Method on the obstacle course.

    Learn more about Clinton's approach to horsemanship and the Downunder Horsemanship Method on our website

  • Clinton Anderson: How to Correct a Horse That Jigs - Downunder Horsemanship

    8:19

    Clinton Anderson explains how to train a horse to stop jigging on the trail. Subscribe to our channel This lesson is an excerpt from Clinton's Fundamentals in Action on the Trail Series. Learn about the series and get more training on the trail tips at

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  • Clinton Anderson: Handling a Rearing Horse - Downunder Horsemanship

    8:00

    Rearing is a very dangerous situation for both horse and rider. If left uncorrected, it is a problem that only gets worse. Subscribe to our channel Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains that the key to understanding how to fix your horse’s problem is to first understand that it’s just a symptom of a cause. A horse doesn’t rear for the fun of it; he rears because he falls into one of two categories.

    Master your horsemanship skills by joining the No Worries Club: where Clinton provides thousands of hours of step-by-step videos on how to train your horse.

  • Clinton Anderson: Training a Rescue Horse, Part 3 - Downunder Horsemanship

    50:47

    Rescue horse Cider’s training continues to progress as Clinton Anderson focuses on teaching the mare Fundamentals level exercises, including Yielding the Hindquarters, Lunging for Respect, and Flexing the Head and Neck. Subscribe to our channel Clinton also begins teaching Cider how to stand tied quietly by using the Aussie Tie Ring and explains how to desensitize a horse to a blanket and fly mask.

    Cider is a 6-year-old mare that has been rescued from starvation twice and has no training beyond basic haltering and handling. Clinton worked with Habitat for Horses to find Cider and share his belief that, if approached correctly, taking on a rescue horse can be a rewarding experience. Don't miss all of the instruction and inspiration this 13-part series has to offer.

    Learn more about Clinton and Downunder Horsemanship at

  • Clinton Anderson Presents Running Scared: Training An Aggressive Horse

    24:54

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson shows a horsewoman how to gain the respect and trust of her aggressive horse. Learn how to train an aggressive horse.

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    About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship
    Clinton Anderson is a clinician, horse trainer and competitor. He’s dedicated his life to helping others realize their horsemanship dreams and keeping them inspired to achieve their goals. The Downunder Horsemanship Method gives horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Clinton instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools to make learning horsemanship as accessible and easy as possible. Discover for yourself how Clinton and the Method can help you achieve your horsemanship dreams at

  • Clinton Anderson: An Overview of Starting a Colt - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:00

    The first six weeks of a horse’s life under saddle are the most crucial to a successful future. Subscribe to our channel Clinton explains his approach to colt starting with a wild mustang named Ransom and gives you inside access to his acclaimed Colt Starting Series. In this episode, you’ll witness Ransom go from untouched to riding confidently outside the arena on a loose rein.

    Learn more about Clinton's approach to horsemanship and the Downunder Horsemanship Method on our website

  • Clinton Anderson: Square Pen Control, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:00

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains how he uses a square pen to improve a horse's steering and to get a horse softer and more supple. Subscribe to our channel

    Learn more about Clinton's approach to horsemanship and the Downunder Horsemanship Method on our website

  • Clinton Anderson: Fundamentals on the Trail, Part 2 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:01

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains how to train a horse to be a safe, willing and confident trail partner. Subscribe to our channel

    Learn more about Clinton's approach to horsemanship and the Downunder Horsemanship Method on our website

  • Clinton Anderson: Controlled Cruising Exercise - Downunder Horsemanship

    4:38

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson talks about how to get a horse to go down the trail at the speed and gait you set him at by using the exercise Controlled Cruising. Subscribe to our channel Just because a horse will maintain his gait in the arena doesn’t mean he’ll trot and lope with the same relaxed rhythm outside the arena. You’ve changed the environment, and more than likely your horse will be more reactive, his gait will be faster and may even feel choppier. This lesson is an excerpt from Clinton's Fundamentals in Action on the Trail Series. Learn about the series and get more training on the trail tips at

  • Clinton Anderson: Foal Training - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:01

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson is a firm believer about working with young horses and earning their trust and respect from the get-go.Subscribe to our channel In this training session, you'll learn all about his approach to training foals, weanlings and yearlings and how the right start ensures a fun, enjoyable partnership between you and your horse.

    Learn more about Clinton's approach to horsemanship and the Downunder Horsemanship Method on our website

  • Clinton Anderson: Training a Rescue Horse, Part 6 - Downunder Horsemanship

    47:24

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson gives rescue horse Cider her first ride. Subscribe to our channel Clinton's approach to starting a horse under saddle relies on the help of an assistant on the ground. While the horseman on the ground is responsible for moving the horse's feet, the rider's job is to let the horse get comfortable with a human sitting and moving around in the saddle.

    Cider is a 6-year-old mare that has been rescued from starvation twice and has no training beyond basic haltering and handling. Clinton worked with Habitat for Horses to find Cider and share his belief that, if approached correctly, taking on a rescue horse can be a rewarding experience. Don't miss all of the instruction and inspiration this 13-part series has to offer.

    Learn more about Clinton and Downunder Horsemanship at

  • Once Bitten Twice Shy: How to Train a Dangerous, Dominant Horse

    24:48

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson helps a frightened owner gain respect and control of her dangerous and dominant horse. Learn how to stop a horse from biting.

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    About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship
    Clinton Anderson is a clinician, horse trainer and competitor. He’s dedicated his life to helping others realize their horsemanship dreams and keeping them inspired to achieve their goals. The Downunder Horsemanship Method gives horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Clinton instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools to make learning horsemanship as accessible and easy as possible. Discover for yourself how Clinton and the Method can help you achieve your horsemanship dreams at

    Master your horsemanship skills by joining the No Worries Club: where Clinton provides thousands of hours of step-by-step videos on how to train your horse.

  • Clinton Anderson Presents: Kicking A Bad Habit

    24:45

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains how to fix a horse that kicks. Subscribe to our channel In this training session, Clinton works with a horse with a severe kicking problem. The horse has become a danger to its owner and farrier.


    About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship
    Clinton Anderson is a clinician, horse trainer and competitor. He’s dedicated his life to helping others realize their horsemanship dreams and keeping them inspired to achieve their goals. The Downunder Horsemanship Method gives horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Clinton instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools to make learning horsemanship as accessible and easy as possible. Discover for yourself how Clinton and the Method can help you achieve your horsemanship dreams at

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  • Clinton Anderson Presents: A Little Therapy

    24:35

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson visits a therapeutic riding facility and helps veterans and soldiers learn to get better results with their horses. Subscribe to our channel


    About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship
    Clinton Anderson is a clinician, horse trainer and competitor. He’s dedicated his life to helping others realize their horsemanship dreams and keeping them inspired to achieve their goals. The Downunder Horsemanship Method gives horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Clinton instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools to make learning horsemanship as accessible and easy as possible. Discover for yourself how Clinton and the Method can help you achieve your horsemanship dreams at

  • Clinton Anderson: How to Fix a Buddy-Sour Horse - Downunder Horsemanship

    12:53

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains how to correct a horse that is buddy sour on the trail. Subscribe to our channel This lesson is an excerpt from Clinton's Fundamentals in Action on the Trail Series. Learn about the series at

  • Clinton Anderson: Method Ambassador Tanja Voss - Downunder Horsemanship

    9:46

    Clinton Anderson Method Ambassador Tanja Voss talks about her passion for training horses, helping others with their horsemanship goals, and why she believes in the Downunder Horsemanship Method. Subscribe to our channel

    Learn more about Tanja, including how you can schedule her for lessons and clinics or to train your horse, at

  • Clinton Anderson: How to Correct a Barn-Sour Horse - Downunder Horsemanship

    15:55

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains how to safely fix a barn-sour problem with a horse. Subscribe to our channel This lesson is an excerpt from Clinton's Fundamentals in Action on the Trail Series. Learn about the series and get more training on the trail tips at

  • Clinton Anderson Presents: Not Seeing Is Believing

    24:54

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains how to work with a blind horse. Subscribe to our channel Clinton visits a young woman who has taught the Method to her blind horse.

    About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship
    Clinton Anderson is a clinician, horse trainer and competitor. He’s dedicated his life to helping others realize their horsemanship dreams and keeping them inspired to achieve their goals. The Downunder Horsemanship Method gives horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Clinton instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools to make learning horsemanship as accessible and easy as possible. Discover for yourself how Clinton and the Method can help you achieve your horsemanship dreams at

  • Clinton Anderson Presents: Desensitizing to Plastic Bags

    24:27

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson works with a horse that is afraid of plastic bags. Subscribe to our channel

    About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship
    Clinton Anderson is a clinician, horse trainer and competitor. He’s dedicated his life to helping others realize their horsemanship dreams and keeping them inspired to achieve their goals. The Downunder Horsemanship Method gives horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Clinton instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools to make learning horsemanship as accessible and easy as possible. Discover for yourself how Clinton and the Method can help you achieve your horsemanship dreams at

  • Clinton Anderson Presents: Titan a Legend in the Making, Lesson 7, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

    12:07

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson and Titan, his NRHA Futurity prospect, are back for a seventh training session. Subscribe to our channel

    Titan has some of the best and most recognized bloodlines in the western performance horse industry coursing through his veins. Titan is by the legendary NRHA Hall of Fame stallion and 6 Million Dollar Sire Colonels Smoking Gun, and the last progeny of the great broodmare Princess In Diamonds. Princess has produced three NRHA Open Futurity Finalists and an AQHA World Champion in Senior Reining. Titan is easily one of the most talented horses Clinton has ever trained, and he has that special something that sets great horses apart from average horses - heart. Titan's phenomenal bloodlines plus his world-class talent and unstoppable heart are setting him up for a prolific career, and just like his sire and dam, he's on track to compete in the NRHA Futurity. Clinton's goal is to ride Titan through the Gateway of Champions in Oklahoma City to compete in the 2016 Futurity, but on the road to becoming a champion and competing on a world stage, nothing is guaranteed. Just how far will this talented son of two legends go? Join Clinton and Titan for an unforgettable training journey.

    Learn more about Clinton's performance horses at

  • Clinton Anderson Presents: Titan a Legend in the Making, Lesson 10, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

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    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson practices guiding rollbacks with Titan. Subscribe to our channel

    Titan has some of the best and most recognized bloodlines in the western performance horse industry coursing through his veins. Titan is by the legendary NRHA Hall of Fame stallion and 6 Million Dollar Sire Colonels Smoking Gun, and the last progeny of the great broodmare Princess In Diamonds. Princess has produced three NRHA Open Futurity Finalists and an AQHA World Champion in Senior Reining. Titan is easily one of the most talented horses Clinton has ever trained, and he has that special something that sets great horses apart from average horses - heart. Titan's phenomenal bloodlines plus his world-class talent and unstoppable heart are setting him up for a prolific career. On the road to becoming a champion and competing on a world stage, nothing is guaranteed. Just how far will this talented son of two legends go? Join Clinton and Titan for an unforgettable training journey.

  • Clinton Anderson: More Horse Than Handle, Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:01

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson helps a family learn how to safely work with their off-the-track Thoroughbred mare. Subscribe to our channel The mare panics when tied and has issues being saddled.

    Learn more about Clinton's approach to horsemanship and the Downunder Horsemanship Method on our website

  • Clinton Anderson: More Horse Than Handle, Part 2 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:01

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson helps a family learn how to safely work with their off-the-track Thoroughbred mare. Subscribe to our channel The mare panics when tied and has issues being saddled.

    Learn more about Clinton's approach to horsemanship and the Downunder Horsemanship Method on our website

  • Clinton Anderson: Intermediate Testing, Groundwork Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:01

    This training session spotlights Blanka Thornton and Justin Winslow doing several of the groundwork exercises from the Intermediate level of the Method with their horses. Subscribe to our channel Initially, Clinton sits back and watches the horsemen practice each exercise. He then critiques them and gives them tips to improve their technique. It’s like a mini one-on-one clinic, and what makes these lessons so beneficial is that Blanka and Justin and their horses have varying levels of experience. These lessons show the real frustrations and challenges, and ultimately, the success we all can experience with the Method.

    Learn more about the Intermediate level of the Method at

  • Clinton Anderson: Intermediate Testing, Riding Part 1 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:01

    In this training session, Clinton critiques Blanka Thornton and Justin Winslow as they work on Intermediate-level riding exercises. Subscribe to our channel Initially, Clinton sits back and watches the horsemen practice each exercise. He then critiques them and gives them tips to improve their technique. It’s like a mini one-on-one clinic, and what makes these lessons so beneficial is that Blanka and Justin and their horses have varying levels of experience. These lessons show the real frustrations and challenges, and ultimately, the success we all can experience with the Method.

    Learn more about the Intermediate level of the Method at

  • Clinton Anderson: How to Handle a Fresh Horse - Downunder Horsemanship

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    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson talks about safely handling fresh, reactive horses. The key to dealing with fresh horses is to not get in the saddle until you have your horse's attention and respect on the ground. Subscribe to our channel

    Master your horsemanship skills by joining the No Worries Club: where Clinton provides thousands of hours of step-by-step videos on how to train your horse.

  • Clinton Anderson: Method Ambassador Audrey Liddle - Downunder Horsemanship

    3:12

    Clinton Anderson Method Ambassador Audrey Liddle talks about her passion for training horses, helping others with their horsemanship goals, and why she believes in the Downunder Horsemanship Method. Subscribe to our channel

    Learn more about Audrey, including how you can schedule her for lessons and clinics or to train your horse, at

  • Clinton Anderson: Training a Rescue Horse, Part 2 - Downunder Horsemanship

    46:08

    Now that he has a foundation of respect and trust built with Cider, horse trainer Clinton Anderson focuses on desensitizing the mare and building her confidence in him and the tools he’ll use to train her. Subscribe to our channel Clinton also explains his approach to safely handling a horse’s feet.

    Cider is a 6-year-old mare that has been rescued from starvation twice and has no training beyond basic haltering and handling. Clinton worked with Habitat for Horses to find Cider and share his belief that, if approached correctly, taking on a rescue horse can be a rewarding experience. Don't miss all of the instruction and inspiration this 13-part series has to offer.

    Learn more about Clinton and Downunder Horsemanship at

  • June NWC Video Preview: Trail Riding Requirements - Groundwork

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    What should your horse know before hitting the trail? In the June digital download, Clinton works with 5 horsemen to go over essential groundwork exercises.

    Watch the full video by logging on to the Downunder Horsemanship app or the No Worries Club website ➡️ Select the NWC video category and then choose the video, “Trail Riding Requirements: Groundwork

    Not a No Worries Club member? Learn more about the club ➡️ #ApplyTheMethod

  • May No Worries Club Preview: Colt Starting Clinic Diary, Part 1

    21:13

    The May NWC download starts our Colt Starting Clinic Diary Series that'll give you an in-depth look at the 2020 10-day clinic taught by Professional Clinician Jeff Davis.

    Watch the full video by logging on to the Downunder Horsemanship app or the No Worries Club website ➡️ Select the NWC video category and then choose the video, “Colt Starting Clinic Diary, Part 1.

    Not a No Worries Club member? Learn more about the club ➡️

  • Clinton Anderson: Post N Circle - Sept No Worries Club Video Excerpt

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    If you were to pick only one riding exercise to do from the Method, I'd tell you to practice this one. - Clinton

    In this sneak peek from the September No Worries Club video, Clinton introduces the exercise to a group of riders.

    View the full training session by logging on to the Downunder Horsemanship app or the No Worries Club website ➡️
    Select the NWC video category and then choose the video, “Trail Riding Requirements: Riding

    Not a No Worries Club member? Learn more about the club ➡️

  • Clinton Anderson: Use Turnarounds to Engage Your Horse on the Trail - Downunder Horsemanship

    2:12

    Turnarounds or spins can be a useful training tool to get your horse to tune in to you when he's distracted on the trail. Learn why in this quick tip.

    Learn more about the Downunder Horsemanship Method and Clinton's online training video subscription at

  • Clinton Anderson: Training a Rescue Horse, Part 4 - Downunder Horsemanship

    47:32

    Rescue horse Cider’s training continues to progress as Clinton Anderson prepares her to be saddled and then saddles her for the first time. Subscribe to our channel

    Cider is a 6-year-old mare that has been rescued from starvation twice and has no training beyond basic haltering and handling. Clinton worked with Habitat for Horses to find Cider and share his belief that, if approached correctly, taking on a rescue horse can be a rewarding experience. Don't miss all of the instruction and inspiration this 13-part series has to offer.

    Learn more about Clinton and Downunder Horsemanship at

  • New Barn Stall Questions Answered

    7:55

    You had more questions about the stalls in my new barn. I've got answers! Cheers! - Clinton

  • Clinton Anderson: How to Stop Your Horse From Tripping - Downunder Horsemanship

    5:23

    It’s normal for a horse to trip or stumble every once in a while. Just like us, sometimes they take a misstep, especially if the ground is rough or uneven. Subscribe to our channel But if stumbling on the trail is becoming a regular occurrence, your horse is in need of help. Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains how to handle the situation.

    Master your horsemanship skills by joining the No Worries Club: where Clinton provides thousands of hours of step-by-step videos on how to train your horse.

  • Clinton Anderson: Method Ambassador Rachel Westran - Downunder Horsemanship

    3:10

    Clinton Anderson Method Ambassador Rachel Westran talks about her passion for training horses, helping others with their horsemanship goals, and why she believes in the Downunder Horsemanship Method. Subscribe to our channel

    Learn more about Rachel, including how you can schedule her for lessons and clinics or to train your horse, at

  • Clinton Anderson: A Useful Tool When Working With a Hard-To-Catch Horse - Downunder Horsemanship

    2:20

    Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains the purpose behind his catch rope, and how the simple piece of equipment can be used in a variety of situations. Subscribe to our channel Learn more about the catch rope at

    About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship
    Clinton Anderson is a clinician, horse trainer and competitor. He’s dedicated his life to helping others realize their horsemanship dreams and keeping them inspired to achieve their goals. The Downunder Horsemanship Method gives horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Clinton instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools to make learning horsemanship as accessible and easy as possible. Discover for yourself how Clinton and the Method can help you achieve your horsemanship dreams at

  • Clinton Anderson: Variety is Important When Training Your Horse -- Downunder Horsemanship

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    Horsemanship Philosophy, Part 35: Variety is Important When Training Your Horse

    While horses learn best with consistency, you have to be sure to include variety. Variety makes lessons more interesting for your horse and keeps him engaged with you. - Clinton Subscribe to our channel

    In this 42-part series, horse trainer Clinton Anderson shares the philosophy and theories behind his approach to horsemanship. Subscribe to our channel When I first started working with horses and trying to improve my horsemanship skills, there were a lot of things that were very confusing to me. Why did my horse behave that way? Why did he react to some things and not to others? How could I get him to understand what I was asking him to do? Why did my horse do so well one day and do everything wrong the next day? Eventually, I discovered that the key to training a horse is learning how to communicate with him in a way that he will understand. If you don't know what makes your horse tick and understand why he does the things he does - good or bad - then training your horse is going to be very difficult. However, once you learn how to communicate with your horse, the two of you can then begin to build the kind of partnership that will help you achieve your goals. Prepare to see your horse in a whole new light as you learn how to get inside your horse's mind, understand how he thinks, and develop clearer and more effective communication than ever before to help set a foundation for a successful partnership. - Clinton

    Learn more about Clinton and Downunder Horsemanship at

  • Clinton Anderson: How To Tie A Rope Halter - Downunder Horsemanship

    1:51

    In this Q&A, horse trainer Clinton Anderson demonstrates the correct way to tie a rope halter. Subscribe to our channel Learn more about Clinton's halter on our website

    About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship
    Clinton Anderson is a clinician, horse trainer and competitor. He’s dedicated his life to helping others realize their horsemanship dreams and keeping them inspired to achieve their goals. The Downunder Horsemanship Method gives horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Clinton instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools to make learning horsemanship as accessible and easy as possible. Discover for yourself how Clinton and the Method can help you achieve your horsemanship dreams at

  • Clinton Anderson: Williamston, NC Walkabout Tour - Downunder Horsemanship

    4:45

    Experience the Williamston, North Carolina Walkabout Tour!

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  • Clinton Anderson: Method Ambassador Hailey Trainer - Downunder Horsemanship

    3:28

    Clinton Anderson Method Ambassador Hailey Trainer talks about her passion for training horses, helping others with their horsemanship goals, and why she believes in the Downunder Horsemanship Method. Subscribe to our channel

    Learn more about Hailey, including how you can schedule her for lessons and clinics or to train your horse, at

  • Clinton Anderson: Intermediate Testing, Groundwork Part 2 - Downunder Horsemanship

    56:01

    This training session spotlights Blanka Thornton and Justin Winslow doing several of the groundwork exercises from the Intermediate level of the Method with their horses. Subscribe to our channel Initially, Clinton sits back and watches the horsemen practice each exercise. He then critiques them and gives them tips to improve their technique. It’s like a mini one-on-one clinic, and what makes these lessons so beneficial is that Blanka and Justin and their horses have varying levels of experience. These lessons show the real frustrations and challenges, and ultimately, the success we all can experience with the Method.

    Learn more about the Intermediate level of the Method at

  • Clinton Anderson: Method Ambassador Amber Benjamin - Downunder Horsemanship

    3:30

    Clinton Anderson Method Ambassador Amber Benjamin talks about her passion for training horses, helping others with their horsemanship goals, and why she believes in the Downunder Horsemanship Method. Subscribe to our channel

    Learn more about Amber, including how you can schedule her for lessons and clinics or to train your horse, at

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