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post #21 of 149 Old 10-27-2009, 09:50 AM
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Gypsygirl : no! Where could I find it? On his website, I suppose?
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Gypsygirl : no! Where could I find it? On his website, I suppose?
yep, the no worries club

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Also check ebay ;)
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Also check ebay ;)
i think that if you are a member of the no worries club you already paid for it ? not sure though, bc a friend gave me her password...

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I don't know what is the no worries club

I'm going to search on ebay, I think

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I don't know what is the no worries club

I'm going to search on ebay, I think

Thanks!
the no worries club is CAs wibsite/forum thing...haha i cant really explain it... i think its at noworriesclub.com

you do have to pay for it though !

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post #27 of 149 Old 10-27-2009, 11:26 AM
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Thanks!

Interresting, but argghhh!!! 200$ per year...
I'm going to learn english before, I think

(And 25% off on clinic, OK, but I'm in France!... )

(If I could get a giant poster of Clinton (naked preferably), why not lol!)
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post #28 of 149 Old 10-27-2009, 12:11 PM
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I like some Clinton Anderson methods. I've used his methods for horses who always stop/always move and it's done wonders for my horses. Plus he's easy on the eyes.
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post #29 of 149 Old 10-27-2009, 12:27 PM
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I highly respect Clinton. I was at a tour stop a couple weekends ago (my second one-- first being 3 years ago), and he greeted EVERY person at the door, welcomed/ thanked them for coming, and shook their hand. I don't know of any "big name" trainer who would do that. It pretty much made my day! haha

He is so down to earth, than a someone like Pat Parelli, who seems to only be in the business for the money most days. And like other people said, he is a "people trainer"; He's an outstanding teacher. (For example, after each demonstration at the clinic, he would quiz the audience over what they just saw and would give out "prizes" (dvds, halters, bridles, sponsors items, etc)-- while other clinics would just raffle out prizes and things.) He admitted during the tour that he's not a great horseman "naturally, but spent/ is spending years trying to get to where he is today and constantly credits his teachers about 99% of what he knows. He just presents the information in an easy way for people to understand.

I think that the biggest issue people have with the big natural horsemanship trainers, is that ALL of their personalities are extremely different. For example, Pat Parelli seems more of the "lets play with my horse" (and buy 10 more dvds...), while Clinton is more "lets get things accomplished and move on". These complete different mentalities definitely affect students will like or not like following them. For example, I have tried Parelli (up to Level 3), but grew bored with it and switched over to Clinton. The basic groundwork and ideas are all the same... but it's the way it's presented to the "student" that makes all of the difference.

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post #30 of 149 Old 10-27-2009, 12:43 PM
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I don't heard good thinks about the challenge "Road to the horse". People said that he was abrupt, and did not a good job.
Someone could tell me about it?
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