Clinton Anderson Videos

Australian horse trainer
& clinician, Clinton Anderson

Horse Training and Problem Solving Videos

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Training horses that buck, rear, bite and kick

Featured Online Training Video

How To Fix Horses That Buck,
Rear, Bite, Kick, Spook & More

By Larry Trocha

A top pro demonstrates how to fix horses
with bad behavior problems

Does your horse have any of these problems?

  • Rearing
  • Kicking
  • Biting
  • Barn sour or refuses to leave other horses
  • Runs over the top of you
  • Pushes you around and won’t behave
  • Won’t respond to cues
  • Bad manners and general lack of respect
  • Takes off with you for no reason
  • Balks and refuses to go forward
  • Spooks all the time
  • Out of control or no control at all
  • Stiff, heavy and hard in the mouth
  • Ignores leg pressure
  • Won’t stop, turn or go where you want
  • Won’t lope slow on a loose rein

If your horse has any of the problems listed above or is just difficult to train in general, then the following information may be just what you’re looking for.

Every once in a while a set of training videos come along that are so exceptional that I have to tell people about them. This is one of those times.

Seldom do I ever recommend a video series as highly as I do this one. If you are experiencing problems with your horse, these videos will show you how to fix them.

The videos I’m talking about are the new ones produced by Australian horse trainer, Clinton Anderson.

I have to hand it to Clinton, he put a lot of thought and effort into making these videos the best and most complete guide to solving the problems that plague most horse owners.

Clinton promises his training methods will work on your horse and I have to agree. These are training techniques that will WORK on ANY horse.

Clinton also does an outstanding job of explaining what to do. He not only shows you what to do, he shows you how to do it. He also covers the mistakes the horse (and owner) are likely to make. Nothing is left to chance. Clinton explains it all.

Sorry, the Clinton Anderson videos are no longer available on this website.

Contact Clinton directly for availability.


  1. says

    Would like more info. on your horse videos on horse training and problem solving. I like watching you work with horses, I have been around horses all my life and I love learning new ways to work with them. Althou I”m not young and dumb any more I don’t bounce like I use to. I have a beautiful paint mare, I bought her from some people who told me they saddled her and rode her but it had been a couple of years since they had been on her, her mother was starved and they didn’t even know the mare was pregnant, then saw this filly out in the field of their neighbors, they felt sorry for the mare so they bought her, how ever they had to bottle feed the baby for awhile so the mare could make milk. So I think this mare I have is very bonded to people. She is 8 years old pretty well mannered on the ground, but when you put a saddle on her and try to get on her, she’s a whole different horse, or tiring to load her in my horse trailer she rears up throws her head. I don’t want her to get hurt or myself. So I need so advise to help me with this.
    Kind Regards.

  2. Cheyanne says

    How do you work with a horse that is arena sour?
    How do you start a colt on the ground?
    How do you get your horse to stop running away from you in the pasture?
    How do you get them to follow you and trust you?
    How do you get the horse to ride with their head down and be relaxed?
    How do you get a arena sour horse to ride in the arena again without charging or not listening?
    How do you ride with no reins and no saddle and direct with your body and with legs, and have the horse listen to you without charging or anything like that?

    • Cheyanne says

      When a horse is grazing and won’t come back to yo and they run away and won’t let you catch them, if you have some kind of pen, you herd them into the pen and you corner them until they get it in their minds that you are the boss and you are not going to give up, that you will catch them. When you have gotten that horse caught rub on em talk to em, and when you are done with whatever you had done with them brush, give a little bit of grain, to let them know that they get rewarded for good behavior but, disciplined for bad behavior. This will take a while so you have to be patient. I have to do the same thing for one of my own horses.

  3. Ashley Petro says

    hello Mr. Anderson,

    My name is Ashley I just recently got a horse that is 5 yrs old and has nothing but running blood in him. He was broke at 4 and has not had alot of training and this is my first horse that i want to train. He knows the basic but i just want to start completely over that way i can feel in the gaps that he has. I think at one point in his life he was beat on because he is very very skittish to people. I was wondering what you would recommend me to start off doing. I would like to start off the ground that way I can fully earn his trust and get to know the horse better. Could you plz help me out and point me in the right direction :)


  4. Peggy Little says

    Hello Mr. Anderson,
    Have a quarter horse, she is not two yet and I would like the best video that you have for training a horse, need information on how to get it, like your work, and would like to have your video if it’s possibe for me to get what im’ looking for, she has not had any training at all, would like to work with her myself.

    Thamk you,

    Mrs. Little,

  5. Rosalie Folaron says

    I can saddle him up go down the road just fine until we get close to a field down the road which is on the corner from were i board him at once we get there i spend hours trying to get him to straighten up and go through the field to cross the road to the trails at one time he threw me off and ran back to the stables the only way i can ride him in the trail is to get off lead him across the field and the road take him up the hill and get on then hes fine can you please help me with my problem i have only had him for 4 months thank you

  6. Madison says

    Hi Clinton, i have watched many of your trainings on the TV and I like how you train them. I have a two year old that has very good manners in the round pen and when she is by her self. But she is just so small right know. I’m taking her for colt to maturity for 4-H. I was looking to find some videos on training her but I don’t know what to look for so I was looking for some advice from you. Thank you very much.

  7. Reilly says

    Hi Clinton,
    I’m only 13 but i have been riding and working with horses my whole life a year ago i got a new horse he is a percheron quarter horse cross…and knows his strength, he is only seven but doesn’t have a mean bone in his body he is just really big and in your face,
    he is very respectful in the round pen and in his stall, acually i used your lunging for respect method and it was great…..any way he is very respectful in the round pen and his stall but any where else he acts like i don’t exist he pushs me around and won’t listen to me at all and i don’t know what to do because he can over power me so easily??

  8. Robin says

    I have a horse that I can ride but the condition is for me to train it. I got on him but he is clueless. I have never trained a horse. I have always been a rider only. I need help

  9. Gary Rials says

    I have a 5 year old that is very skidish at times and will not respond to a short shank snaffel so iam looking for training tips. I was looking at clinton and john lyons for tips and saw your ad. Hope you can help. I use him on cattle and got thrown the other day in steep country because a piece of wire from a fence hit him in the ass. I can not have this happen all the time. I was very fortunate not to get badly hurt but have a few bruses. thanks Gary.

  10. Alex Hindle says

    Hi Clinton,
    I wanted to get the horse training DVD’s you have, I didn’t know how to subscribe to these. Could you please help me out?

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