Clinton Anderson's Downunder Horsemanship: Establish Respect and Control for English and Western Riders
When Clinton Anderson wrote the book Downunder Horsemanship: Establishing Respect and Control for English and Western Riders in 2004, he was an up-and-coming clinician. Clinton's goal was to create a practical training guide for everyday horse people to better communicate with their horses, regardless of their riding style, age, or ability. Ten years later, Clinton is an internationally recognized horseman, and this book has lived up to his original goal, having helped tens of thousands of horse owners learn to be better leaders and enjoy their horses to the fullest. In celebration of 10 years of Downunder Horsemanship in print, a special 10th Anniversary Edition of Clinton's first book has been released. A new cover and updated photos in the introductory pages of the book provide readers a sense of where Clinton began and just how far he's come. His commonsense, step-by-step instruction remains as originally written, promising the book remains the user-friendly guide to horsemanship success it's always been.
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