Clinton Anderson's Downunder Horsemanship: Establishing Respect and Control for English and Western Riders Hardcover – Oct 1 2004
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About the Author
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 ranchin Stephensville, Texas.
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However, words are words, and some stuff is left for you to figure out. If you struggle with understanding the techniques via text only, then you may want to purchase his DVD series. Some of the more detailed things he get's into in the videos, including dealing with spooky horses or dealing with highly disrespectful horses are simply not there in the text. It's also nice to see how the various horses react so you know what to expect. But Clinton does his best to sort out the issues you may encounter.
Aside from that, I highly recommend this book for anyone; there are many times when I have borrowed horses wishing that they knew how to do a one rein stop or act more respectful on the ground. Everyone should have a horse that can do these exercises, regardless of which trainer you pick to learn from.
I am facinated by Clinton Anderson's techniques and can't wait to try them out with my horse to see the results.
I highly recommend this book.
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Their were pages missing and pages mixed up would go page 29 then 42! Did this a couple times!Published 5 months ago by Chad Greenan
This is a very good instructional manual. Explanations are clear and easy to understand. I would recommend this book to ANYONE working with horses.Published 7 months ago by Randi