Introducing Professional Clinician Brittany Huff

 

It is with a great amount of pride we announce the forthcoming graduation of Brittany Huff as a Professional Clinician and her availability to book clinics and private lessons. Brittany has been an apprentice with Clinton for the past three years. In that time, she’s been working by Clinton’s side seven days a week learning the Method in depth and developing into an outstanding clinician and trainer. For the past two years, she’s exclusively trained all of the Clinton Anderson Signature Horses. “I couldn’t be prouder of Brittany’s accomplishments as a horseman and instructor and her representation of Downunder Horsemanship,” Clinton says. 

Brittany will officially graduate July 1st as a Professional Clinician – the highest level of certification Clinton awards his students. As a Professional Clinician, Brittany is capable of instructing at the Fundamentals, Intermediate and Advanced levels of the Method, and she has received extensive training in colt starting, young horse development and reforming problem horses.

While Brittany is finishing her apprenticeship and beginning the transition into her career as a Professional Clinician, she will start to book clinics and private lessons. If you’re interested in taking advantage of this opportunity to work with an elite instructor of the Method, we recommend you act quickly before Brittany’s schedule is filled for the year. To schedule a lesson with Brittany, contact her directly at 254-595-2440 or bhuff@downunderhorsemanship.com.

For further information visit http://bhuff.certifiedclinician.com/Clinician.aspx.

Don’t Miss A Great Learning Opportunity
Private Lessons - $1,250/day plus expenses
Gather up to six participants to learn one-on-one in lessons tailored to fit you and your horse’s needs. Hosting a private lesson is a great opportunity to have Brittany come to your area and split the cost between your friends and neighbors. All private lessons must be scheduled for a minimum of two days. Clinton is so confident in Brittany’s ability that if you’re unhappy with her instruction in a private lesson, he offers a money-back guarantee.

3-Day Horsemanship Clinics - $1,000/person
Up to 12 participants spend three days learning the Fundamentals, Intermediate or Advanced levels of the Method from Brittany. Clinics begin at 9 AM and run until 5 PM daily.

 

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Downunder Horsemanship | Tricky Warrior Series Gallops Back To RFD-TV

Tricky Warrior Series Gallops Back To RFD-TV

One of our fans' all-time favorite Downunder Horsemanship television stars has returned to the big screen. Tricky and Clinton are back in the 13-week series that details how Clinton incorporates the Method to retrain a Thoroughbred off the track. At the beginning of the series, Clinton travels to Ruidoso Downs Race Track in New Mexico to meet his latest project - Tricky Warrior, a Thoroughbred who isn't living up to his full potential on the track. Clinton takes on the 3-year-old gelding, whom he nicknames Tricky, to demonstrate how with the correct training racehorses can have meaningful second careers. 

 

"Thoroughbreds are beautiful creatures - they're sleek, elegant, athletic and are extremely intelligent," Clinton says. "Unfortunately, every year thousands get washed up at tracks across the country because they're too slow, they're past their prime or they get injured. That doesn't have to mean their lives are over. With the correct training, race horses can have second careers and make great partners long after their race days are over." 

 

At home on the Downunder Horsemanship Ranch in Stephenville, Texas, Tricky settles into his new life and starts training in the Downunder Horsemanship Method. Clinton begins working with the gelding in the roundpen, earning his trust and respect, and quickly progresses to groundwork exercises on line and riding exercises. In his customary style, Clinton details the steps he takes to retrain Tricky, who at first is extremely reactive, but soon relaxes in his new job. Before long, Tricky is negotiating obstacles on course, including logs, coops, ditches and bridges, and being ridden in a group on trails. 

 

"By the end of the series you'll have a roadmap to success detailing how you can give an off-the-track Thoroughbred a new start in life and ensure he has a career he enjoys," Clinton explains. 

 

As Clinton takes you behind the scenes to selecting an off-the-track prospect and walks you through the retraining process, the season is as much inspiration as it is instruction. Tune in to follow Tricky's successes, struggles and adaptation into his new career. 

 

Downunder Horsemanship airs weekly on RFD-TV, Tuesdays 11 AM and 9 PM (CST) and Sundays 2 PM (CST). Past episodes can be viewed at www.downunderhorsemanship.tv

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