Downunder Horsemanship Announces Free Live Webcast of the Tulsa, Oklahoma Walkabout Tour

 For the first time in its history, Downunder Horsemanship will be streaming live coverage of a Clinton Anderson Walkabout Tour in Tulsa, Oklahoma March 24th and 25th. Hosted by HRTV, The Network for Horse Sports, the live webcast will be free and open to the first 2,000 people to register at


Webcast viewers will get direct access to clinician Clinton Anderson showcasing and explaining his renowned horsemanship method in depth as he works with one of his finished horses and local horses that will be used for demonstrations on a variety of topics including spooky horses, trailering troubles, pushy horses on the ground and out-of-control horses under saddle. The webcast will feature the entire two days of the tour, which will amount to over 14 hours of the practical step-by-step instruction and humor Clinton is best known for.

While all Walkabout Tours are information-packed and brimming with entertainment, the Tulsa tour promises to be an extra-special event as Clinton’s mentor and standout Australian horseman, Ian Francis, will be on hand to join Clinton in the arena for the advanced riding demo. For those who dream of reaching the upper echelons of horsemanship, it’ll be a can’t-miss dynamic display of advanced riding from two of the world’s top horsemen.

Interested viewers are encouraged to reserve their space now as only the first 2,000 registrants will be admitted to watch the free online coverage. After registering, viewers will be emailed a link on Wednesday, March 21st from which they’ll be able to watch the entire Clinton Anderson Walkabout Tour March 24th and 25th. Webcast host, HRTV, will be presenting a promotional offer to all attendees and webcast viewers of the Tulsa, Oklahoma event.

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The Tulsa, Oklahoma Clinton Anderson Walkabout Tour live webcast is hosted by HRTV, The Network for Horse Sports, and presented by 3M Vetrap, Safe-guard, Horse & Rider, Martin Saddlery, Horse 360° and Classic Equine.