We saw him just after watching Chemaine's presentation. Kathy and I laughed hysterically because his program was nearly identical to hers. He stressed that everything you ask of the horse should be broken down into simple steps, and then he described Chemaine's change the bend with a 1-2-3-4 count. It was almost as though he had gone to see her technique and incorporated into his own show.
He hadn't done that of course. Good training is just good training, and no one has a monopoly on what is effective. Clinton then went on to demonstrate how haunches in and shoulder in also help supple horses. It was really validating to watch my dressage trainer's exercises being done by a world renowned trainer on a western horse.