Gaining Respect and Control on the Ground Series II expands on the subjects of respect and safety and continues to strengthen the bond between you and your horse. Under the guidance of master horseman, Clinton Anderson, you’ll continue to build on your relationship, developing a stronger connection and line of trust with your horse. The four-disc series features Clinton’s acclaimed 8 Steps to Success that will keep you one step ahead of the learning curve. To illustrate how easy it is to achieve progress with his method, Clinton continues to work with the same mare that he trained in Series I. You’ll see firsthand how enjoyable and easy your training journey can be following the Downunder Horsemanship Method.
Gaining Respect and Control on the Ground is a reference guide no horseman should be without. The four-disc series introduces you to Clinton Anderson’s Downunder Horsemanship Method. Packed with information on horsemanship philosophy, step-by-step instructions, and success tips to build a safe relationship with your horse, this series is the basis for lifelong success with any horse and is the underlying foundation of the Downunder Horsemanship Method. Using his signature 8 Steps to Success, Clinton works with three different horses to illustrate his training program. At the beginning of each exercise, he demonstrates the desired goal with a trained horse that will leave you inspired to hone your horsemanship skills.
Clinton Anderson is known the world over for his colt starting techniques. In this series, you’ll learn the dynamic method Clinton used to beat the country’s best horsemen – hands down – to become the first person to win the prestigious Road To The Horse Colt Starting Championship two years in a row. Within just three hours, Clinton was able to gentle a wild horse and stand on his back while firing a gun and cracking a whip. Thousands have watched his colt starting demos at tours and remained transfixed as he takes a barely touched two year old and transforms him into a quiet, willing partner. Nobody in the world gets a horse better broke or more supple than Clinton and this eleven hour series is your ringside guide to learning his famed method.