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Will Clinging

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After completing his Diploma in Agriculture, Will Clinging worked for several years as a cowboy and then as a farrier. Will's experiences starting colts, attending clinics and working with many different horses led him to develop his own theories about training horses. He combines his theories with many well known Natural Horsemanship practices.

The foundation of a horse's training is a relationship of mutual respect -- the respect of the human for the horse and the respect of the horse for the human. This applies to starting colts, working with green horses and even putting an end to bad habits in an older horse.
Be assertive not aggressive.
Results through Respect involves learning to take advantage of the natural herd discipline that is instinctive to horses but not to humans. In the controlled environment of the round pen we can learn to read a horse's body language and use our mental and physical presence to earn the horse's respect.
Be consistent, quiet and confident.
Once a relationship of mutual respect is established the horse's attention will be focused on the handler. Now the horse is ready to learn.

Will's Articles

General Training Articles

Ready for Spring?


Personal Awareness
Equine Learning Patterns
Slow Down and Start Them Right
What to Expect When You Send Your Horse for Training
Princess Complex
Problem Horses
Does Your Horse Need a Job or a Vacation

Fight or Flight
Its Not What They Do, But How They Do It
Is It Hard Mouth or Hard Mind  
Do We Need To Dominate Our Horses
Rewards and Reprimands
Buying A Horse (Where to Go)

Dealing With A Horses Fear
Making Your Horse Easy to Catch
Training with Energy and Feel
Has Your Horse Gone Mad?
Buying Rescued Horses
The Round Pen and Round Penning
Why We Do Ground Work

Handling The Young Horse

The Reliable Horse


The Resistant Horse
Trailer Loading
Establishing Space and Boundaries
Teaching Young Horses to Tie
Training To Pick Up Their Feet
Teaching Young Horses to Lead
Touching and Catching Young Horses

Ask The Trainer

Fearful Rescue Pony


Confidence Issues
How to Bombproof a Horse?
How Do You Progress with PMU Foals
How To Stop Kicking While Handling Feet
Problems With Trailering
Bucking At The Canter
How To Teach Patience While Standing
Horse Leaning When Doing Feet
Herd Bound Horse
Lazy 2 Year Old
Loping For The First Time
Problems With Lead Changes
From Curb to Snaffle
Fear of Water
My Horse Crowds Me, Help
Bending At The Poll
Rearing Horses, How To Stop Them
Purchasing, What to Look For
Head Raising in Stops
Moving While Mounting

Will's Ask The Trainer Section

If you have a question for Will's "ASK THE TRAINER" section, simply e-mail it to: Laura Martlock  along with some background information on your horse and situation. Questions and answers will be posted along with new articles periodically.

Regarding These Articles
All articles are the property of Will Clinging and The Mane Street. If you wish to reproduce one or more for, please contact Will Clinging at Results Through Respect. for permission.

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