Tag: Downunder Horsemanship

  • 30 Years of Centered Riding and Publishing “for the Good of the Horse”

    2015 marks the 30th anniversary of the publication of CENTERED RIDING, the now classic text by Sally Swift. CENTERED RIDING, the book, has sold over half-a-million copies worldwide and has been published in 16 languages. For many horse people—across riding disciplines and state lines and national borders—it changed the way practical riding instruction could be […]

  • 24 Hours in the Life of Horseman Clinton Anderson

    Ever wondered what a day-in-the-life of a top horse professional is like? Ever wish you were a fly on the wall of an indoor at a top trainer’s barn? At Trafalgar Square Books, we’re asking our top authors to give us the blow-by-blow, nitty-gritty of what it’s really like to “be them” on a regular […]

  • Halloween Tips for Keeping the “Scared” Out of Riding and Working with Horses

      When you work with or ride horses for long enough, there’s bound to be at least one moment where you find yourself with your heart pounding, your stomach in knots, and all-out fear pulsing through your body. Scary incidents are an unfortunate byproduct of working with such large, powerful animals. Sometimes, a frightening scenario […]

  • Great Photos of Horses and TSB Authors–Happy Friday!

      Sometimes, it feels good to just remember why we love horses. On this Friday, enjoy a few photos that capture why we all work so hard to have horses in our life and do right by them.     –The TSB Staff www.horseandriderbooks.com

  • TSB Author Sean Patrick Featured As 2013 Road to the Horse “Wild Card” Competitor

    The 2013 Road to the Horse Competition kicks off this weekend in Lexington, Kentucky, celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a chance for spectators to meet past competitors, including two-time winner Clinton Anderson, author of the TSB bestselling books LESSONS WELL LEARNED and DOWNUNDER HORSEMANSHIP. In addition, 2013 marks the beginning of the Road to the […]

  • A Full Day in Texas: From Morning in the Stockyards to Stephenville

    This morning we set out to wander the Stockyards a bit before grabbing a terrific breakfast that involved fresh tortillas, darned good chorizo, and a lot of cheese (not to mention the biscuit that came gratis with the coffee!) at Esperanza’s on North Main Street in Fort Worth. Then, it was into the rental car […]

  • TSB Author Clinton Anderson Featured in December/January Issue of Western Shooting Horse Magazine

    We’re thrilled to see Aussie-born horse training phenomenon Clinton Anderson, author of the bestselling books DOWNUNDER HORSEMANSHIP and LESSONS WELL LEARNED, the featured cover story in the December/January issue of Western Shooting Horse magazine! Don’t miss the article by Ken Amorosano, which tells a little of Clinton’s personal story and how he found a way […]

  • TSB Author Clinton Anderson Announces 2013 Walkabout Tour Dates

    For over a decade, Clinton Anderson has been inspiring the dreams of horsemen through his results-oriented Downunder Horsemanship Method. Trafalgar Square Books is proud to have a role in helping to bring his techniques to riders, trainers, and horse owners everywhere with Clinton’s first book DOWNUNDER HORSEMANSHIP and the terrific followup LESSONS WELL LEARNED. In […]

  • TSB Author Clinton Anderson Featured at NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity

    Clinician Clinton Anderson, author of DOWNUNDER HORSEMANSHIP and LESSONS WELL LEARNED, will present a three-hour colt-starting demonstration at the National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity on Friday, September 28th, beginning at 1:00 p.m. Clinton’s colt-starting method is focused on ensuring safety for the horse and the rider by properly preparing the colt with […]

  • Nine TSB Books & DVDs Named in Horse&Rider Magazine’s Top 30!

    The July 2012 issue of Horse&Rider Magazine features a great article by Debbie Moors called “The Well-Read Rider.” Debbie names 30 books and DVDs that can help improve your relationship with your horse and your performance in the saddle, with specific choices that pertain to specific levels of horsemanship as well as specific competitive and […]