August 12, 2008 -- Team Horse & Rider member Clinton Anderson is commemorating the opening of his new Downunder Horsemanship facility with festivities and fun. Located in the heart of cowboy country, the new office complex sits on the edge of Stephenville, Texas, on Highway 377 North. The public is invited to attend the facility's Grand Opening and 10th Year Anniversary Celebration September 30.
The festivities, which include refreshments, tours, a ribbon cutting and live music entertainment, start at 5 p.m. and run until 8 p.m. All guests will get to meet Anderson and learn about the training techniques that have garnered him wins at the Road to the Horse colt-starting challenge.
A native Australian, Anderson first moved to the United States and opened his Downunder Horsemanship business in 1998. For a decade, he's been helping riders achieve the level of success they desire with their horses. Besides traveling the country on tour and conducting horsemanship clinics, he also hosts two horse training television shows on the RFD-TV network and is the author of Training on the Trail and other books.
Previously located in Belle Center, Ohio, the native Australian decided to make the move to Stephenville to better serve the growing demands of his business and fulfill his personal interest in the reining and cutting horse worlds.
"As I traveled all over the United States sharing my horsemanship knowledge, Texas always felt like home and in particular the Stephenville area," Anderson said. "It feels good to be surrounded by other horse people with the same drive, desire and work ethic as myself. I've only been here a short time, but I already feel at home."
Entrance to the event is free. For more information or directions call 1-888-AUSSIE-2 or visit www.clintonanderson.net.