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HorsesAreForever 11-16-2008 07:07 PM

Clinton Anderson!??!
 
I've decided to go a different way w/ training and use some of CA's methods.

My mom wants some results before she goes out and buys me the DVDs soooo I really want to start some of his "games" or what not.

Does anyone know them?!

Or anything else..videos???

Hope to hear from someone you asap :) .. or at least before tuesday!

doniakay 11-16-2008 07:41 PM

i dont have anything for you...but i have been recording some of his shows and hope to start using some of his techniques as well. its hard this time of year for me wet, cold, and will be lots of snow soon.

good luck

jazzyrider 11-16-2008 07:42 PM

he is definitely worth looking into. he has some methods that some people would call harsh but others wouldnt. like with parelli, and others though its hard to get much information on such methods unless you buy a dvd or something.

i do know that vidaloco bought some of his dvd's a while ago so she might be good to ask :)

ahearn 11-16-2008 07:50 PM

I use his methods, but to try to describe how to do them on a forum would not no them justice. It's worth getting the DVDs. You can only understand it through him. Having said that, there are a lot of videos on Youtube if you are trying to convince mom you need it! :)

LadyDreamer 11-16-2008 07:55 PM

One thing I adore about CA is his clarity. His program is fairly easy to follow, and it does work. I am a picker and a chooser, but nonetheless I am a follower.

The No Worries Club, for me, was a total waste of money, as I am not getting what I feel I should be out of it, though the friends I have met through the club are well worth the money for me. For those that stick with the program and follow it more than I do, it is a good buy. I wouldn't start out with that, though.

For the DVDs, if you haven't already bought them, I would suggest getting the Gaining Respect and Control on the Ground, and also the Riding With Confidence DVDs first. I think any avid CA person will tell you to start with those.

Good luck!

HorsesAreForever 11-16-2008 08:04 PM

Thanks everyone I know theres like 8? games in teh gaining repect and control on ground series 1 .. and i was hopeing someone could maybe explain them to me So i can start some of it before buying the DVD's

I've tried parelli and it was the worst. EH.

jazzyrider 11-16-2008 09:04 PM

there are a bunch of great vids on youtube :) i just had a look. show your mum them ;)

HorsesAreForever 11-16-2008 09:48 PM

I've seen those video but i mean that doesnt really help me w/ the ground work ect.

has ANYONE on this forum used his methods..... that will post lol

Lar's Buddy 11-16-2008 10:00 PM

I have his set and also have taped his shows. I love his methods and for me they work. What kinds of questions do you have? I will try to answer them for you and your mom.

Just Another Barn Bum 11-16-2008 11:15 PM

Every month in Horse & Rider magazine there are articles by Anderson. I think you can pick these up on the shelf.


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