Australian horse trainer to conduct clinic at Jaeckle Center

Australian horse trainer to conduct clinic at Jaeckle Center

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Horse trainer Clinton Anderson will be instructing a three-day Fundamentals Clinic at The Jaeckle Centre off Bethesda-Arno Road in Saddle Springs.

Horse trainer Clinton Anderson will be instructing a three-day Fundamentals Clinic at The Jaeckle Centre in Saddle Springs, an equestrian-oriented subdivision off Bethesda-Arno Road in eastern Williamson County.

Anderson will work with 20 participants and their horses during the August 19 – 21 clinic, and invites spectators to watch all three days of the event.

The clinic offers a short course in the basics of Anderson’s horse training philosophy and method. Participants will learn groundwork and riding exercises that provide a solid foundation from which to advance their horsemanship. They will be given firsthand knowledge on how to transform a stiff, heavy and unwilling horse into a cooperative partner. Under saddle exercises are not only geared toward improving the horse, but building the rider’s confidence and increasing their sense of feel and timing. The clinic’s focus is on safety and helping participants get results with their horses.

To ensure each participant receives the attention and assistance they need to make as much progress as possible, Anderson’s clinicians will be on hand to provide additional one-on-one help during the clinic and after hours.

Spectators can learn as well as they witness 20 handlers and their horses working through Clinton’s Fundamentals level exercises while receiving the clinician’s instruction and critique.

The clinic will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and will include a one-hour lunch break. Doors will open at 8 a.m., and a selection of Clinton’s best-selling training tools and equipment will be available for purchase.

For more information about the Clinton Anderson Horsemanship Clinic visit The clinic application can be downloaded at Cost to participate is $1,250 for No Worries Club members or $2,500 for non-members.

Spectators may purchase tickets by calling 888-287-7432, online at or at the door. Spectator ticket prices:

1-day pass: $50/No Worries Club members or $75/non-members
2-day pass: $100/No Worries Club members or $125/non-members
3-day pass: $100/No Worries Club members or $175/non-members

For questions or to enroll, contact Brittney Morgan at or 254-552-1080.

About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship

The Downunder Horsemanship Method is based on mutual respect and understanding to give horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Anderson instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an Internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools.

About The Author

Kelly Gilfillan is the owner-publisher of Home Page Media Group which has been publishing hyperlocal news since 2009.

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