Clinton Anderson's Downunder Horsemanship: Establishing Respect and Control for English and Western Riders

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Trafalgar Square Pub., 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 206 pages
If you have seen his weekly television program, Downunder Horsemanship, then you know that Clinton Anderson's training techniques can achieve amazing results with almost any horse. Now his methods are available for the first time in a reader-friendly, highly illustrated book, and you, too, can learn the program that teaches "everyday people"--regardless of riding style, age, or ability--how to better communicate with their mounts.

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Wonderful book! I would recommend this to all horse owners. It contains many practical applications for the horse trainer in many different situations. Wonderful book for all around horse training. Read full review

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Ive watched numerous horse trainers on RFDTV and Clinton Andersons methods are the most clear and easy to understand black and white with no shades of gray. I am a first time horse owner and using his ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Clinton Anderson was born and raised in Australia, where at the age of six his family recognized a natural ability with horses and cultivated his interest, buying him his first horse at age nine. When he was fifteen, he started apprenticeships with nationally acclaimed horse trainers, Gordon McKinlay and, later, Ian Francis. He travels extensively—conducting clinics and appearing as a headlining speaker at many of the major equine events throughout North America. He lives at his new ranch in Stephensville, Texas.

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