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)
Specific carrier information and local listings can be found on: www.rfdtv.com
UPCOMING SHOWS
09.01.2015
NWC Group Lesson in Tennessee, Part 4
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In the last training session with the Worry Free N Tennessee group, Clinton continues to help the horsemen refine their skills in the saddle. Then the clinician focuses on teaching the horsemen to safely ride in a group and offers ways to troubleshoot common problems that crop up when horses are ridden together.
09.08.2015
How It's Made: P & P Trailers
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Clinton visits with P & P Trailer Sales, a nationwide trailer dealership, to learn how the company manufactures its best-selling trailers. P & P Trailer Sales has been in business for over 18 years, and leads the industry with its focus on producing top-of-the-line trailers and customer service.
09.15.2015
Intro to Reining With Casey Deary, Part 1
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Clinton invites National Reining Horse Association Futurity Champion Casey Deary to the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch to help him introduce the sport of reining to viewers. The two discuss everything from how to get started with the NRHA and the type of horse you’ll need to how the judging system works. Casey explains how he maintains a trained performance horse and gives tips to fix common problems. He also works with a couple of his students with different levels of experience and gives insight on how he coaches them through maneuvers.
09.22.2015
Intro to Reining With Casey Deary, Part 2
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Clinton invites National Reining Horse Association Futurity Champion Casey Deary to the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch to help him introduce the sport of reining to viewers. The two discuss everything from how to get started with the NRHA and the type of horse you’ll need to how the judging system works. Casey explains how he maintains a trained performance horse and gives tips to fix common problems. He also works with a couple of his students with different levels of experience and gives insight on how he coaches them through maneuvers.