California Riding Magazine • June, 2012

Clinton Anderson
Downunder Horsemanship clinic
comes to Fresno Aug. 4-5.

Realize your horsemanship dreams with world-renowned trainer and clinician, Clinton Anderson. For over a decade, Clinton has been inspiring the dreams of horsemen through his results-oriented Downunder Horsemanship training method. Watch for yourself at the Wahl Walkabout Tour coming to the Save Mart Center at Fresno State University in Fresno, Aug. 4-5 to see what the Method can do for you and your horse. Each tour stop is a non-stop, no holds barred, two-day learning extravaganza.

A native of Australia, Clinton grew up working with wild "brumbies" straight from the Outback and learning from the best horsemen in the world to fine-tune his horsemanship technique. Throughout the weekend, you will see firsthand the truly inspiring results of Clinton's method during eight separate demonstrations that feature untrained horses. Horses used throughout the weekend range from a pushy and disrespectful horse to a horse that refuses to load on a trailer. But no problem is too daunting for Clinton and his popular horsemanship method as he works through each training case, carefully detailing the process he uses for the audience. After presenting step-by-step fundamentals, Clinton will reveal the finished result of his Method during an unforgettable, advanced riding demonstration that brings crowds to their feet.

Combining his Aussie wit and easy-to-understand horsemanship philosophy, Clinton presents a weekend full of entertainment and knowledge that will leave equine enthusiasts of all ages inspired and empowered to take their horsemanship to the next level.

The two-day event runs from 9 to 5 each day, with doors opening at 8:15 a.m. Autograph and photograph opportunities will be available throughout the weekend. Advance tickets are available online or by phone. No Worries Club members receive special discounts and early access.

Article provided by Downunder Horsemanship. For more information or to buy tickets, call 888-287-7432 or visit www.downunderhorsemanship.com.