The camera person must have been some child. It zooms in & out & in constantly. It zoomed in on whatever then the people walk away but the camera didn't follow them so then you get this rush to find them and zoom in some more. You get dizzy watching it.
The other problem is it's all over the place on training. They cut and splice parts of 7 clinics they did but their training is all over the place and if you don't have a well behaved horse, you can't jump right in and do this. It's almost all on the horses back not much in the way of ground training or breaking. Well sure, if I had a wonderful behaves horse I could use ideas how to do more things, WHERE'S THE BASICS. If you're starting out, MOVE ALONG, this is NOT what you're wanting.
Is he a better Monty Roberts? Sorry he is new for me,he is old time of a, new, languarge wiith a horse it is a chance for a million and more horses and other animals of this you. Severity is in the hands not the bit. Most good bridle guys can easily pull the thing off and ride off bridleless by the time the horse is straight are bits that transfer signal from the hand with precision and balance. Bucks a good hand no doubt, but there are dozens of good hands who you will rarely see because they don't do clinics or go down the road. They develop the art of horsemanship in themselves over a lifetime for nothing more than their own pleasure and the respect of their peers.
Hearing his heart breaking for the horse who hasnt been allowed to man is a Godsend to all horses. I'd be frightened if I was riding young horses like this. BEWARE of counterfeit copies. Read more > “The biggest challenge in creating the documentary BUCK was taking over 300 hours of footage and cutting it down to 88 minutes. We still hear audiences saying they didn’t want the film to end—they want more Buck! ” ~Cindy Meehl, Director USA & International Shipping Available.
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What an awesome tribute to a good man. Thanks for sharing. Buck Brannaman For over 30 years, Buck Brannaman has been working with horses and their owners and today is one of the world’s leading practitioners of handling horses based on classical concepts from the California vaquero tradition; working with the horse's nature, using an understanding of how horses think and communicate to train the horse to accept humans and work confidently and responsively with them. One of his stated goals is to make the animal feel safe and secure around humans so that the horse and rider can achieve a true union. Buck travels most of the year doing horsemanship clinics in the United States, Europe and Australia & New Zealand. When not on the road, he lives with his wife Mary and their horses in Sheridan, Wyoming. 2020 Clinic Schedule & Info Buck gives clinics from early spring through the first part of November and a different sponsor puts on each clinic. Please contact listed sponsors for specifics about each clinic being offered. Learn More Brannaman videos and Books We offer a wide range of supporting videos that are designed to reinforce what riders and spectators learn while attending clinics. In addition many books are available here that educate and celebrate the vaquero and western traditions. Get in touch If you have specific questions regarding horse or training issues, Buck recommends you bring them to one of his clinics so he can answer them in person with you. If you have questions about a specific clinic, please contact the sponsor listed. If you have questions regarding any of the items we offer or about an order, please fill out the form below and we will contact you.
His voice is so calming. Omg i realy want to get these DVDS, Buck you couldnt have said it better. I've been in horses for 42 watching Mr. Brannaman, I realized not only can I learn a new approach, but much of it re-affirms what I already knew/felt. However, to rise to the level that Mr. Brannaman shows in his horsemanship, is a lofty goal, indeed. I have never YET felt the slightest trace of fear toward any horse. I can't say this will always be true but I hope it is. Caution? Respect? Yes. Fear? No. Not yet. Thank you Buck. I'm English so. True horsemanship is an art. Dan is one of the great artists of the era.
Just asking cause I don't know much about horses, would it help if Buck would step on a tarp and show the horse ' it's nothing.
Buck Brannaman’s clinics in the Midwest will be held in 2 locations in 2020! Oct 16-19, 2020 Alliant Energy Center in Madison, WI All indoor state of the art 90, 000 sq. ft. New Holland Pavilion 1 Clinic Sponsor – Gail Baldwin 224-678-7112
About Buck Feel, timing, and balance. Learn what it means to Buck Brannaman, a horseman who has dedicated his life to carrying on the horsemanship of legendary horsemen Tom Dorrance and Ray Hunt.
Spectators We like to call our spectators grand stand students – because they have the best seats in the house to learn and grow! Enrich your horsemanship in the company of likeminded horsemen.
Riders Just beginning your horsemanship journey, or well on your way? Riding English or Western? It doesn’t matter to Buck. If you’re ready to work hard and apply yourself, you’re ready.
“ Once you have seen quality horsemanship and are exposed to the things you can do to help a horse be gentle and dependable, why wouldn’t you do those things? ”
— Buck Brannaman
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I am learning Buck's methods from a friend of his, Joel Connors, and I can honestly say that every time we work with my horse I see a noticeable change. It's as if Honey is thanking him for his leadership and consistency and asking for more. The changes are sometimes small but I notice them. I am learning to communicate with my body and not my mouth and that every movement from me means something to Honey. In order to communicate clearly I need to move less but with purpose.
Where is he actully from though> I would love to go to one of his clincs. Before I saw Buck Brannaman I was afraid of lots of horses and of getting hurt - in fact that is exactly what brought me to this style of horsemanship. Now after several years of hard work on myself and plenty of experiences both good and bad I can say today that there is not a horse that I am afraid of. He does not live. The depth of gratitude I have experienced from this life-changing realization I can probably never adequately express in words. Thank you Buck, for helping to light the way. I have listened to every single disk in this series, and if you walk away from those 7 disks only having learned this one thing. those seven hours would have been worth it. This can be applied to almost any area of your life. Knowledge is power and can replace fear.
We have a barn full of horses in several different stages of training but one filly hasn't put fear in me but deep caution. She will rear and try to come down on you, kick, bite and charge then she can flip a switch and be a kind sweet, wiling filly. I've failed her for two years and am now wondering if my caution isn't bordering on the fear side. I sure wish I could send her to Buck, he would look good on this big filly with the flaxen mane and tail. Thanks Buck for sharing your wisdom. 1 crazy cat woman thumbed this down. 1:16:50 Horses are a mirror to your soul. Amen to that. I was never afraid of a horse until i got my 5 year old Morgan mare, she's almost killed me. she had an intense rearing problem and was bossing me around. you're method has been the biggest blessing for us Buck. if it wasn't for you i can't even bring my self to think where we'd be.
Less than 50k views what the hell. Gosh can't wait for the next sneak peek. So true and re confirming everything I have experienced with horses in my life. Great Great Great. I understand and so agree Bucks statement - Knowledge battles fear! I believe this to be true.
The human failed that horse - Buck 5 words in one sentence I will never forget
I adore buck I did something similar with an 8 yr old stallion I just got at the sale barn but with a saddle pad. I didn't touch him with it but got it next to him and he did really well. tomorrow we will do it again till he understands the saddle pad won't kill him.
Author: Dirk Neugebauer