Andy Johnson Horsemanship
Andy Johnson lives in Missouri. While operating a feedlot, he noticed the cows moved easier when he used low-stress cattle handling. Andy could even use it while on horseback. Once he had the cows working well, he started working with horses. Andy Johnson quickly found out how much he didn’t know. He signed up for a three-day clinic at Downunder Horsemanship in Texas. At the end of the clinic, Clinton Anderson asked Andy if he would like to join his Academy of elite trainers. Two years later Andy graduated from the Academy.
Unfortunately, life has twists and turns and Andy had to leave Downunder Horsemanship. He’s hung out his horse training shingle at his ranch in Missouri with his wife Chrissy. Andy Johnson travels the country giving clinics, hosts them at his ranch, and brings in outside horses to train. It’s a family affair with Chrissy who is a CHA certified instructor.
Andy Johnson has a great story to tell. He also has some wonderful horse training tips which he shares on this show. I hope you will give it a listen.
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