Author(s): Clinton Anderson
By breaking down the most important elements of Clinton Anderson's Downunder Horsemanship(R) method of horse training, this book will inspire the dreams and goals of both horsemen and horsewomen alike. Dynamic color photographs and fuller explanations of this proven philosophy guide riders through such topics as understanding the prey-predator relationship between horses and humans, making the right thing easy and the wrong thing difficult, using consistency in training, and determining horse personality to make an appropriate selection. Riders of all disciplines and levels of ability--from a weekend trail rider who wants a horse that will go safely down the trail to a competitive rider with aspirations to reach the top--will find inspiration for accomplishing their equestrian goals within this guide.
"[Anderson] has become an expert in bringing out the best in both [horses and riders]. ... [T]his book details what every person should know about horses before working with them." --"Lone Star Horse Report"
Clinton Anderson is the author of "Clinton Anderson's Downunder Horsemanship" and "Lessons Well Learned." He is the first horse trainer to launch a made-for-TV weekly training program broadcast on satellite television. He is the owner of a training facility and the winner of both the 2003 and 2005 Road to the Horse competition. He lives in Stephenville, Texas.