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    12-02-2012, 07:49 PM
Originally Posted by Rico1BadDog    
Thanks, and yes, the long line is my plan. I also have a square paddock, but it is very very small, I worry about being too close to keep safe. The plan at this point is to use the long line at first and use the square paddock for lower key stuff that has lower chance of anyone getting hurt. Guess I am on the right track then.
I just got mine in the other day and was watching it a bit over the weekend. I am so excited!!!
And yes all can be done on a long line. Have you watched some of yours yet??
I can't wait to get started - but its raining now.
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    12-02-2012, 07:55 PM
Originally Posted by Saddlebag    
Square pen? Buy cheap yellow polly rope, the thin stuff and tie it across the corners. Horses are good for ducking in to corners and standing there. The rope stops them. We pay 9c ft here, can't get any cheaper than that unless you have electric ribbon kicking around. Each corner will need about 20'. A single strand works. Since the CA sight wouldn't take my cc, I bo't a new 40" tv. Somehow, from the comments about the No Worries Club I'll enjoy the tv more than the membership.
Good tip thank you.

I am lucky enough that when I work my horse in his square pad he automatically runs in a circle around me.
Can't wait to get started on the fundamentals!!!

After reviewing the dvd's, I know its going to give me a safe horse with all the ground work and make me a more confident rider.
These are great!
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    02-01-2013, 05:58 PM
I am not a NWC member, but I want to be, but cannot afford it right now. My question is, what are in the fundementals?

I know there are DVD's, but are there also stuff to use while training your horse, like one of his halters, or a whip, or something? Or do you have to buy that sepertly?
    02-01-2013, 06:24 PM
I'm not positive but I think you get only the DVDs and arena mates (cards with the exercises to take with you if you forget the exercises/order of them)
    02-02-2013, 01:51 PM
I'm a no worries club member, and I just love it.

I don't own the fundamentals kit, but my friend does so I can just use it whenever, etc. If she didn't want me using it anymore then I would buy one. I just highly recommend it. Its a great kid and Clinton does a phenomenal job explaining what he does.
    02-02-2013, 02:28 PM
Beware of buying off ebay. I just tried buying for $299.99 and never got it and the guy wouldn't respond. I did get my money back because I went through paypal. Do not buy if they have a zero rating. The guy has several accounts that were opened in Oct & Nov.
NWC has a discount going on right now. Check it out. Plus you can watch all of his tv shows when you become a member.
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    02-12-2013, 11:32 AM
I joined the NWC and do not have the fundamentals kit. I can say, being a NWC member, you have access to the TV shows as well as the NWC DVDs and there is a video section on "Testing the Method" where you can see three different people go through the entire fundamentals with Clinton. That was a HUGE help. There are also useful forums where you can ask questions and get answers and some of the members will provide their notes on the fundamentals.
    02-12-2013, 11:05 PM
Ive got my horse to work in a circle around me while in a square pen, so its going great with the method..I just need clear skies and nice weather! I've been waiting for it since Thanksgiving so I can get the show on the road with my guy.

SPOTTED Sorry to hear you got a bad apple off of ebay..
I plan to sell my kit when I am finished with it - I am keeping the books all unused and everything nice and clean for reselling.
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    02-13-2013, 05:04 PM
I'm a po kid, so there's no way I can afford $600 for dvd's, simply not justifiable. I just started boarding at a new place and they have a 'media' room with a tv, books, a few DVDs, among which is a sole, very old round penning DVD by CA. Yeee! I feel like a giddy little kid glued to the tv.
    02-14-2013, 02:18 PM
Something else for those who can't afford the DVDs or don't want to pay the astronomical prices...

Go to and you can rent them! There are tons of trainers DVDs there! And it's much cheaper!!!

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