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Clinton Anderson's Downunder Horsemanship: Establishing Respect and Control for English and Western Riders Hardcover – October 1, 2004
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The only purchase I regret is the Mary Twelveponies book. I can't think of a single solution in her book that isn't better solved by the others, and some of her advice is questionable. Lyons is great, but spend your money on his magazine instead of his book. Clicker training is very useful (I solved a bridling problem in one day after reading the book) but Karrasch wastes many pages prattling on about the science of operant conditioning. I read B.F. Skinner is college; I didn't need the history lesson. She does the same thing in the related video -- exceedingly disappointing. Monty Roberts can do anything as long as he has enough panels and mechanical contraptions and a big strong gentle well-trained saddle horse to work alongside the horse he is training. If his ego and use of terms like "Join-Up" and "Language of Equus" doesn't put you off, you can learn a lot from Roberts. Parelli always seems to be having more fun with his horses than anybody else, but I can't figure out what he's doing half the time. (see update on Parelli, bottom)
Which brings us to Clinton Anderson. What I especially appreciate about his approach is its effectiveness.Read more ›
Except for this one ! After the theory is a full section of groundwork exercises, and then a full section of riding exercises. I thought I'd wait until my first youngster was going well under saddle to tell you how great this method is. From very scared and spooky unbroke youngster, my horse is becoming one of the nicest mannered horses Iknow - after two months. Clinton Anderson's methods work, they're clearly explained - you don't need to go buy a whole lot of extra DVDs and kit... and the horses love it.
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Came earlier than expected! My boyfriend is a HUGE Clinton Anderson fan- I got it for him for Christmas- He is going to love it! It came PERFECT. It looks exactly like the picture! Read morePublished 2 months ago by taylor huntington
Clinton Anderson must be rated as one of the top, if not the top man for working with problem and/or unbroken horses. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alison Mary Peacock
I am new student (and convert) to the discipline of natural horsemanship. Clinton's book and exercises are very much in line with what I learned from my trainer. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Beaheart
Took longer to get it sent to me then normal.
So far it has been s good book to learn from.
Clear instructions with photos and explanations of the why as well as the how.
Everything is built on a simple, straightforward foundation of earning the horse's respect... Read more
Clinton Anderson is by far my favorite out of all the wonderful trainers I have read and watched!!! He makes it so simple - I've had horses for many years (and actually grew up... Read morePublished 5 months ago by SnowWhite