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When TSB author and clinician Clinton Anderson began airing his popular television show Downunder Horsemanship on Fox Sports Net last year, he had no idea how popular the series would become. But the show has grown and taken on a life of its own, evolving from its original format (Clinton working with problem horses and their owners) to one-on-one features where Clinton visits with horsemen and women, discusses their personal successes, and helps them overcome challenges with their horses and in their life.

In order to find some of the most interesting and inspiring stories from across the country, Clinton’s organization Downunder Horsemanship (see the link on the right side of our blog page) has created a “Casting Call” page on its website, where you can submit your own true life story for consideration (and maybe a spot in one of Clinton’s upcoming episodes!) Clinton currently offers nine submission categories:

Inspire Us – Have horses and Clinton’s Method changed your life?

Confidence – Are you searching for lost confidence?

Last Resort – Is your horse a threat to you or other horses?

Horse Power – Do you use horses in your everyday life?

Competition – Have you or do you want to use Clinton’s Method to gain a competitive edge?

Undesirable Match – Are you in a bad horse relationship?

Coping with Losses and Challenges – Have horses helped you cope with a loss or overcome life’s challenges?

Relationships – Have horses brought you and your family and friends closer together?

Other – Have a story or problem that isn’t listed? Share it with us!

Clinton and his film crew will travel to selected horse owners’ homes, at no expense, for filming. Visit the Casting Call webpage http://downunderhorsemanship.com/CastingCall.cfm to learn more about the types of stories Downunder Horsemanship is looking for and how to submit an application for consideration.

Clinton Anderson’s books DOWNUNDER HORSEMANSHIP and LESSONS WELL LEARNED are available from the TSB online bookstore, where shipping in the US is always FREE and where you can get 15% off your order now through the holidays!

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We're counting down to tomorrow's launch of TSB author Clinton Anderson's DownunderHorsemanship.TV video streaming site!

Wow! It just doesn’t get any better than Clinton-Cam, online, anytime. As ever ready to roll with the newest trends in media in order to keep his fans and followers up-to-date with solid, horse training information, Clinton Anderson is launching his own video streaming website tomorrow, Friday, September 30, 2011, at noon CST.

The site, http://www.DownunderHorsemanship.TV (see Recommended Links on right side of page), will feature three episodes of Clinton’s hit RFD-TV show Downunder Horsemanship—the most recent installment followed by the previous two weeks’ episodes. New episodes will be uploaded to the site every Wednesday, following their premier on RFD-TV each Tuesday.

Viewers can stream the show anytime they desire at no charge. The site offers industry best streaming capabilities that sync to individual viewing devices, guaranteeing fewer interruptions and allowing viewers to easily skip ahead with minimal buffering delays. In addition, the site will eventually feature close captioning in five languages: English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian.

Downunder Horsemanship began airing on RFD-TV in 2001 and quickly became the station’s top-rated equine program. In January 2011, Clinton took his training method to Fox Sports Net, becoming the first trainer to premier on the national broadcast station that reaches 80 million viewers. Clinton sees DownunderHorsemanship.TV as another way to reach horsemen and horsewomen everywhere.

“Now, no matter where you are or what satellite package you have, you’re guaranteed access to the show,” he says.

Both Clinton's bestselling books are available from the TSB online bookstore http://www.horseandriderbooks.com.

TSB published Clinton’s books DOWNUNDER HORSEMANSHIP and LESSONS WELL LEARNED in 2004 and 2009 respectively, and both have become international bestsellers. You can order them at the TSB online bookstore, where shipping in the US is always FREE.

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