RURAL MEDIA GROUP
Clinton Anderson's original, one-hour long Downunder Horsemanship TV show is comprised of the most exciting, original content, filmed on location at top ranches and at Clinton's Downunder Horsemanship Ranch in Stephenville, TX.
AIR TIMES (U.S.):
RFD-TV (U.S.): Tuesday 2PM & 10PM (ET) and Sunday 3PM (ET)
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UPCOMING SHOWS
02.24.2015
Top 10 Countdown: #7 Confidence Clinic: An Inside Look
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Confidence on horseback can be a fickle thing, especially as we age and realize we don't bounce as well as we used to. Clinton held a clinic designed specifically for riders wishing to discover or rediscover their confidence on horseback. This episode takes you through the gates of the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch and into the arena as participants learn to let go of their fear and gain the tools and knowledge to become leaders for their horses. By the end of the clinic, the participants share a new partnership with their horses - a testament to their will to succeed and the power of the Method. Filled with great training tips, ways to boost confidence and compelling personal insight, the episode is as instructional as it is inspirational.
03.03.2015
Top 10 Countdown: #6 Change for a Bucking Problem
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When her horse's violent bucking rage lands Nikki Mann in the hospital, she knows she's come to the end of the road with her gelding Jack. Having owned Jack for 14 years, Nikki has dealt with his chronic bucking since he was started as a 2-year-old. Clinton shows Nikki how to gain Jack's respect by controlling his feet using Fundamentals exercises. Once the gelding's trust is earned and he's using the thinking side of his brain, Clinton puts Nikki in the saddle for the first time in a year.
03.10.2015
Top 10 Countdown: #5 Colt Starting, Part 1
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Working with the wild mustang, Ransom, Clinton demonstrates his colt starting method in this two-part series. He begins by working with the colt in the roundpen to establish first touch and then progresses to doing groundwork with the halter and lead rope. A firm believer in safety, Clinton explains the importance of groundwork and how it not only establishes trust and respect, but prepares a horse for a safe first ride.
03.17.2015
Top 10 Countdown: #4 Colt Starting, Part 2
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In the first part of the series, Clinton earned Ransom's respect and trust to prepare the once wild mustang for the first ride. In this episode, Clinton demonstrates a textbook first ride on the gelding. Unlike traditional colt starting techniques, Clinton's method relies on the help of an assistant during a horse's first three rides. The clinician explains the importance of using a helper and his belief that colts should be worked at all three gaits (walk, trot and canter) during the first ride.