Clinton Anderson
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Amy Robinson commented on Clinton Anderson's blog post Training Tip of the Week: There are a lot of heroes in the graveyard.
"Sounds like common sense, but too many people avoid "embarrassing" themselves to get off the horse, OR could be too stupid to know that getting off the horse will help rather than harm. Thank you for this reminder.  Safety is always…"
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Kate Green commented on Clinton Anderson's blog post Training Tip of the Week: There are a lot of heroes in the graveyard.
"Makes me feel better about my decisions to dismout while I could and move the horse and remount."
Nov 26, 2011
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jay hughes commented on Clinton Anderson's blog post Training Tip of the Week: There are a lot of heroes in the graveyard.
"Great wisdom there. Preparation and patience are the key to so much if not all of life. Dad always told me that while boating you could end up "dead right". Not much satisfaction in that."
Feb 3, 2011
tricia bellamy left a comment for Clinton Anderson
"I am learning so much from you on RFDTV.Keep it rolling!"
Feb 1, 2011
Laura Hunter commented on Clinton Anderson's blog post Training Tip of the Week: There are a lot of heroes in the graveyard.
"Thank you for stating that! So many people in the riding world are quick to denigrate others who would prefer to get off and fix things on the ground. Coming from a well-known and well-respected trainer this concept will hopefully have a more…"
Oct 8, 2010
Laurie Aditajs left a comment for Clinton Anderson
"Hi Clinton, Will you be at the World Equestrian Games this fall??? If so, let me know and we can hook up to have a chat! SoftStall is the official supplier for WEG for the flooring! We will be at the SoftStall booth! John will be there too! Let me…"
Aug 24, 2010
Ashley commented on Clinton Anderson's blog post Training Tip of the Week: Learn the One Rein Stop for greater confidence in the saddle.
"This is a great tool, Clinton! I have used it many times, and have lost count of how many times it has probably saved my horse and me from potential disasters. It is nice to know that in the case that your horse becomes insecure, you can quickly…"
Jun 25, 2010
Ashley commented on Clinton Anderson's blog post Training Tip of the Week: Get your horse to use the thinking side of the brain.
"I think this is a very accurate opinion. Many people think that horses are prey animals and are not capable of making logical decisions, but they fail to realize that their natural instincts can be paired with a trusting relationship with their…"
Jun 25, 2010
Missy Dressage commented on Clinton Anderson's blog post Training Tip of the Week: There are a lot of heroes in the graveyard.
"Thanks for the reminder :)"
Jun 1, 2010
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Training Tip of the Week: There are a lot of heroes in the graveyard.

When I was studying under legendary Australian reining and cow horse trainer, Ian Francis, he used to remind me that there are a lot of heroes in the graveyard. What he meant by that was that too many people get on horses that aren't ready to be ridden and get bucked off. They break their necks and die because they don't use their heads. Preparation is the key. Groundwork exercises are designed so that you can get control of your horse's feet on the ground before getting in the saddle where you…See More
May 28, 2010

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A Bit About Me and my Horse(s)
I'm from Australia and founded Stephenville, Texas-based Downunder Horsemanship in 1998 after moving to America in 1996. I'm a two-time winner of the Road to the Horse colt starting championship, a head-to-head competition between top equine trainers in which each uses his own training method to train an unbroken horse to ride in just three hours. In both competitions, my grand finale was riding the horse standing on its back, while cracking a stock whip. I try to inspire the dreams of all levels of horse enthusiasts with expertise and a no-nonsense, results–getting approach I call “The Method.”
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http://www.downunderhorsemanship.com
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My dog Beans

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Training Tip of the Week: There are a lot of heroes in the graveyard.

When I was studying under legendary Australian reining and cow horse trainer, Ian Francis, he used to remind me that there are a lot of heroes in the graveyard. What he meant by that was that too many people get on horses that aren't ready to be ridden…

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Posted on May 28, 2010 at 11:54am — 6 Comments

Get Your Horse to Use The Thinking Side of The Brain

Every horse has a thinking side to his brain, but until you show him how to use it, he doesn't even know it exists. The thinking side is shoved way back in the corner of the horse's brain. It's like a tiny crystal ball sitting on a table covered up with an old…

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Posted on May 21, 2010 at 12:30pm — 2 Comments

Training Tip of the Week: A Handy Tool to Teach Your Horse to Safely Tie

Teaching your horse to tie safely or…

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Posted on May 13, 2010 at 6:06pm

Training Tip of the Week: Learn the One Rein Stop for greater confidence in the saddle.

The One Rein Stop is the first thing I teach every single rider in my clinics as soon as they get on the horse’s back. Why? Because once they realize that they can stop their horses anytime, anywhere, whenever they want, you wouldn’t believe the amount of…

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Posted on May 6, 2010 at 4:00pm — 4 Comments

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At 7:50pm on February 1, 2011, tricia bellamy said…
I am learning so much from you on RFDTV.Keep it rolling!
At 12:09pm on August 24, 2010, Laurie Aditajs said…
Hi Clinton, Will you be at the World Equestrian Games this fall??? If so, let me know and we can hook up to have a chat! SoftStall is the official supplier for WEG for the flooring! We will be at the SoftStall booth! John will be there too! Let me know! Hope to see you there.
At 6:32pm on April 21, 2010, Diana Kropka gave Clinton Anderson a gift
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Thanks for all the info and the safe tie hook!!
At 5:54am on February 14, 2010, Geoffrey Pannell said…
WELCOME TO BARNMICE :) always good to have another aussie onboard!!!
At 10:42am on February 8, 2010, Ann Crago said…
...Big Welcome to you Clinton...so happy to have you onboard...I look forward to many words of wisdom from you in the future !!!!
Ann and my Haflinger Ziggy....
 
 
 
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