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Buck Brannaman

Buck Brannaman

Buck Brannaman is a master of natural horsemanship and the quintessential communicator of the art. In surviving a childhood characterized by considerable child abuse, he took solace in horses, and learned from his own experiences, to look at a situation from the point of view of the horse.

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  1. Front Cover
    $16.95
    The life of Buck Brannaman as told through his own stories and experiences. Itメs a story about a young man coming to terms with his family and ultimately his future through his life changing experiences with horses. Learn More
  2. Believe - Front Cover
    $16.95
    Believe: A Horsemanメs Journey continues to chronicle the manメs efforts as a catalyst and a mentor as we meet thirteen people with whom he has worked. Through their own words and through Brannamanメs perceptive introductions to each essay, we experience first-hand the hope and confidence that he has instilled in these individuals and in their horses. Learn More
  3. Ranch Roping - Front Cover
    $10.00
    Roping is at the heart of all ranch work, and unlike the rodeo variation of calf roping, the vaquero tradition calls for techniques that result in a skillful and graceful throw and catch. Learn More
  4. Front Cover
    $19.95
    Groundwork helps the reader step-by-step, starting your colt from the ground. With Buckメs common sense advice and over 90 photographs illustrating his techniques, this is surely a primer for anyone interested in learning the fine art of groundwork. Learn More
  5. Ranch Roping - Front Cover
    $24.95
    The perfect companion with Buckメs Ranch Roping DVDs, Western Horseman magazine has published モRanch Roping: The Complete Guide to a Classic Cowboy Skillヤ with Buck and WHメs editor, A.J. Mangum. Roping is at the heart of all ranch work, and unlike the rodeo variation of calf roping, the モvaqueroヤ tradition calls for techniques that result in a skillful and graceful throw and catch. In the book, Buck describes whatメs necessary to become a successful ranch roper, whether in competition or in ranch cattle workラthe essential tools, the mechanics, and the optimal partnership between horse and rider. Learn More

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