"When it comes to horses, Buck Brannaman is part guru, part psychologist, and all cowboy. He’s a 19th century man in a 21st century world, and his life is at once inspirational and instructive."
-- Tom Brokaw
"Buck Brannaman is part of a lineage of skilled horsemen, and for the horses he works with, it is about trust and understanding, not submission."
-- Robert Redford
"Buck Brannaman is no ordinary horseman. He is demonstrating his way of turning frightened horses into friends, a way that has more to do with respect and trust than mastery or manhandling."
-- Smithsonian Magazine
In his bestselling The Faraway Horses, Buck Brannaman, extraordinary trainer and acknowledged inspiration for The Horse Whispererer, described how he found his calling and honed his art and craft. Following the book's widespread acclaim, the universal application of Brannaman's approach to interpersonal relationships has struck a responsive chord in the equestrian community and with the public at large.
Believe continues to chronicle Buck's efforts as catalyst and mentor as we meet thirteen people with whom he has worked. Through their words and through Brannaman's perceptive introductions to each essay, we experience firsthand the hope and confidence that he has instilled in them and their horses.
You will discover through these stories how many untapped dreams and abilities you, too, possess, and how you can bring them to fruition. So journey with Buck Brannaman, learn from him, and profit from the voyage.
All Buck Brannaman resources are available from his website at: http://brannaman.com/
"Your horse is a mirror to your soul. Sometimes you might not like what you see. Sometimes you will." Buck Brannaman
"A movie that actually could make the world a better place." Ray Greene - BOX OFFICE MAGAZINE
Follow the link below to a wonderful audio track of Buck reciting a passage from a speech that was originally given by former USA President Theodore Roosevelt. Mr Roosevelt delivered the speech while in Paris, France on April 23, 1910. The speech was 35 pages long and the passage that Buck is reciting is sometimes refered to as 'The Man in the Arena'.
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