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post #1 of 13 Old 07-09-2012, 03:32 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for Clinton Anderson...

Hi everyone - as a few of you probably know I get to pick up my weanling filly in September. I have trained a foal before but I want to train this filly "properly". I was using "old fashioned cowboy" methods that my grandfather enforced and since doing research I have grown really fond of the Clinton Anderson method.

As everyone knows, not all methods work with all horses. Also, Clinton Anderson merchandise (books and dvd's/vhs) are extremely expensive. I am just looking into finding the following for decent prices! If you have some old dusty Clinton Anderson stuff that you don't mind giving up for a reasonable price (I'll pay shipping, of course) please reply. Or if you have any info on where to view Clinton Anderson stuff for a decent price, please reply!

Remember - this filly is untouched. She was not imprinted nor will she be halter broke. Thanks!

Clinton Anderson Dvd's I'm interested in:
Clinton Anderson Foal Training
Gaining Respect and Control from the Ground
Colt Starting
Clinton Anderson - Handling Foals, Weanlings & Yearlings

Also up for suggestions on what you guys think will be a good dvd/book for me to look into!

The names may not be completely correct but I know he has sets completely devoted to these subjects.

Any advice about where to find these at a decent price?


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post #2 of 13 Old 07-09-2012, 03:48 PM
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Try giddyupflix.com
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Until you get your DVD's, they show episodes of Downunder Horsemanship on RFDtv on Tuesday's and Saturdays.
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Check out ebay.
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www.giddyupflix.com works like netflix only for horse dvds. they have a huge selection.

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You can buy a subscription to RFDtv's website and watch all his shows.
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I had no idea giddyupflix existed. I LOVE this forum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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post #8 of 13 Old 07-10-2012, 07:25 AM
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Yes, giddyupflix! I have a DVD right now of CA that I'm watching. Lots of other trainers on there too.
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really, if i were you, i would just join his no worries club. you get access to tons of videos, forums, journals, for only $20/month. and you get discounts on tack and stuff.

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the nice thing about giddyupflix is that you are not just limited to one trainer. We started with Clinton Anderson but like some of the other trainers as well. We find we learn alot by watching different people.

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