10. April 2012 16:04
It's all about celebrating the club's fifth anniversary in the spring issue of the Journal. We highlight members' favorite memories and recognize those that have been with the club since its inception in 2007. And as always, the 150-page magazine is packed full of training articles including topics such as handling a spook on the trail, knowing when to end a training session and foal handling tips. Inspirational articles include a follow up with the stars of the "You Don't Know Jack" FSN show and a NWC member's foray into vaulting, among many others. If you don't receive your copy by April 15th, please contact our NWC Coordinator, Ash Rowen, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-287-7432 x8109.
10. April 2012 16:03
This week Clinton celebrated the "go-live" of Downunder Horsemanship's newest software with the rest of the company. The software update has been a multi-year project that began with researching options complete through the installation and training, and promises to boost our customer service. In the middle of the month, the road staff will come to the ranch to learn the new system hands-on. With the entire Downunder Horsemanship team gathered, there is sure to be some good old fashioned horsing around at the ranch. After attending the National Reining Breeders Classic in Katy, Texas (he will not be competing this year), Clinton will open the ranch up to the first group of 2012 clinic participants for his one and only Fundamentals clinic of the year.
10. April 2012 16:02
Our webcast of the Clinton Anderson Walkabout Tour in Tulsa, Oklahoma March 24th and 25th was a smash hit! We've been receiving lots of kudos from Method followers around the world for our first effort in streaming a live event. Hosted by HRTV, The Network for Horse Sports, the webcast was free and open to the first 2,000 people to register on the Downunder Horsemanship website.
Viewers logged in from all over the world, from 36 countries, including Australia, Sweden, Ireland and Japan, and were given direct access to Clinton showcasing and explaining the Method in depth as he worked with Diez and local demo horses which amounted to over 14 hours of the practical step-by-step instruction and humor Clinton is best known for. Clinton's mentor and standout Australian horseman, Ian Francis, was also at the tour, and joined Clinton for an unforgettable advanced horsemanship demonstration.
The Tulsa, Oklahoma Clinton Anderson Walkabout Tour live webcast was hosted by HRTV, The Network for Horse Sports, and presented by 3M Vetrap, Safe-guard, Horse & Rider, Martin Saddlery, Horse 360 and Classic Equine.
10. April 2012 16:01
Starting with the April/May issue, Clinton is sharing his horsemanship knowledge in Western Shooting Horse, a national publication dedicated to mounted shooting competitors and enthusiasts alike. In each issue, Clinton will be addressing horse problems that relate to the mounted shooter in and out of the arena. In his first column, he discusses how to get an arena-shy horse back on track and feeling comfortable in the arena. "We are proud to share his knowledge with our readers. He brings major credibility to the magazine and will be an important asset to our readership," Western Shooting Horse Publisher, Ken Amorosano, stated in the publication. Published seven times a year, Western Shooting Horse is filled with tips from the pros, instructional how-to's, product reviews and the latest in fashion. Learn more about the magazine here.