MyHorse Daily Releases a Free Guide from Top Clinician Clinton Anderson on Ground Training for Your Horse

Before you climb in the saddle, try these essential horse-training tips.

Boulder, CO, November 09, 2011 --( MyHorse Daily, a new online community featuring daily articles from industry experts, how-to videos and horse care tips, announces the release of a new free training guide for anyone who works with horses: Clinton Anderson’s Ground Work: Tried and True Horse-Training Methods. MyHorse Daily members may download the guide for free at

When it comes to training horses, it is imperative to gain their respect on the ground to achieve the ride you want. Top horse trainer/clinician Clinton Anderson’s proven methods will teach you how to listen to your horse and work to form a partnership with your horse. Starting your horse with ground work gives you the solid foundation that will translate to a more respectful horse under saddle.

In the free guide, Clinton Anderson’s Ground Work: Tried and True Horse-Training Methods, Anderson breaks ground work down into specific lessons: how to get your horse to yield his hindquarters, yield his forequarters, back up with energy and longe with respect. Thanks to Anderson’s simple, easy-to-read instructions with clearly labeled how-to photographs, horse owners will gain their horses’ respect and response on the ground.

This guide is free to MyHorse Daily members, and is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to improve their horsemanship skills. Sign up for a free MyHorse Daily membership and download Clinton Anderson’s Ground Work: Tried and True Horse-Training Methods at

Clinton Anderson is known as an authority on natural horsemanship and training. Through his world-renowned Downunder Horsemanship™ Method, he has brought his simple and effective training system into the hands of horse owners.

Clinton Anderson grew up in Queensland, Australia. He learned to ride as a teenager and trained with many of his country’s top horsemen. The Downunder Horsemanship™ program he developed teaches you how to get the response you want from your horse while developing a willing partnership. To learn more about Downunder Horsemanship™, Clinton Anderson Walkabout Tours and more, visit

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