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    01-04-2013, 02:14 AM
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Yearling
Clinton Anderson

I am wanting to do Clinton Andersons technique with training my horse Breeze. I know a lot of the stuff he does, but I am not sure how he teaches the horses he trains to do that. I have a fairly good idea though.

I am wanting to train Breeze for respect and control on the ground, under saddle, and pretty much all the downunder horsemanship I can. Breeze is 2 years old, and is going to be saddle broke this spring, and be ground driven a lot in the spring too.

What are your thoughts on Clinton Anderson?
Any tips on how to learn his techniques?
What are good books to get?
What are good videos to watch on youtube?

Any opinions on Clinton Anderson will be appretiated.
     
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    01-04-2013, 02:31 AM
  #2
Yearling
You can rent his videos on Giddyupflix for cheap. I like his fundamentals.
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    01-04-2013, 06:12 AM
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Green Broke
You can join his website for $20 a month and watch any or all of his videos. Plus, I believe you can ask questions, like a forum or chat, on there. I've thought about doing it but just haven't gotten around to doing it.
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    01-04-2013, 08:10 AM
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Weanling
I am a fan my self. I know all the fundamentals and some of his later work. My horse knows all the fundamentals as well. He has a free website to watch some of his shows on. Its called down under horsemanship tv. Just put it into google and it should come up. However I would wait till the horse is around 3 years. 2 Is vary young to start getting in the saddle. You can do all the ground work, and pre pare her. But 2 is just to young. Everything is still growing and I knew of a horse that was ridden at 2 way to hard and her growth plates where damaged because of it.
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    01-04-2013, 06:02 PM
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Yearling
I have followed his methods for about 8yrs. Now, it's made a great improvement in my horses behavior/respect and I was one of the first 100 to join his club, I was in his club for about 5 or 6yr.s but didn't renew my membership a couple years ago. We also did training here with a good friend for a year and had over 40 horses go through here and not one of them bucked/reared with the methods....I love his method!
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    01-04-2013, 06:02 PM
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Yearling
Where in Saskatchewan are you, I'm close to Brandon, Manitoba......
     
    01-04-2013, 06:09 PM
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Banned
Do his technigue its really good thundersparck told me about him because I need to make my horse not so fresh anyway I whatch the video and thundersparck is right he is really helpful, you will like him!!!! :)
     
    01-04-2013, 06:10 PM
  #8
Yearling
I really like Clinton Anderson. I'm a member on his forum. Its $30 a month or $200 a year with a couple months free. Just beware that they will keep charging you year after year until you call them and tell them you need to cancel your membership.

But I think its worth it, you get access to almost everything and get journals and discounts.

I like Clinton Anderson hands down.
     
    01-04-2013, 06:12 PM
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Yearling
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I am a fan my self. I know all the fundamentals and some of his later work. My horse knows all the fundamentals as well. He has a free website to watch some of his shows on. Its called down under horsemanship tv. Just put it into google and it should come up. However I would wait till the horse is around 3 years. 2 Is vary young to start getting in the saddle. You can do all the ground work, and pre pare her. But 2 is just to young. Everything is still growing and I knew of a horse that was ridden at 2 way to hard and her growth plates where damaged because of it.
I am not planning on getting on her, till she is in her late twos or early 3s. I am going to saddle break her, so she can get use to the saddle, before I get on. I will be ground driving her a lot with the saddle on and stuff, but not riding, maybe sitting, or walking around on her, but that is it. And it won't be until the late twos.
     
    01-04-2013, 06:12 PM
  #10
Foal
I have followed several trainers, and though there's several I respect, my favorite is Clinton Anderson. I have found the best results with his method and training tools. They are pricey but he is worth it. I would like to join his club too as its very valuable with quite a lot from it. You also get I believe a choice between a magazine or something or a DVD along with the videos, forum, etc from being part of the No Worries Club. It also gives you a discount on his training tools & other items for sale. I watch him on RFD TV network with his program Downunder Horsemanship and read his articles in the Horse Magazine. I want to say Horse & Rider but I don't remember which...you can pick it up at Walmart.
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