Clinton Anderson has been in the business of training horses since the young age of thirteen. He is one of the best in the business of natural horsemanship. Anderson has a weekly program "Downunder Horsemanship" that can be found on RFD television as well as many other channels.
Anderson is a no-nonsense, common sense horse trainer. His methods are so straightforward you wonder why you didn’t think of this yourself. Whether your horse has bad habits like bucking or rearing, refuses to load in a trailer, or doesn't give the performance you expect, whatever the problem, Anderson has the answer. Not only is Anderson extremely skilled in his profession, his wonderful Australian accent and his nice looks don’t hurt a bit. It’s a great learning experience going to one of his events; and very entertaining.
The Downunder Horsemanship program was selected to be a participant of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Equine Village. Both general admission and competition ticket holders will have access to the activities in the Equine Village
The show will certainly be worth the time and money spent if you are a horse owner, trainer, or just love the animals. There is something to learn and he is a great teacher.
Watch for a follow-up on this story in early March.