Buck at the Rose Bowl Clinic

Horse whisperer Buck Brannaman draws a crowd at Pasadena Rose Bowl

Paulick Report

About 200 people paid $25 a head to watch horse whisperer Dan “Buck” Brannaman display his unique horse training methods at the Pasadena Rose Bowl equestrian facility on Friday. It was the first day of a four-day clinic in which Brannaman is guiding 25 students, who each paid $600, through the basics of getting to know their horses. Read complete article >

 

 

‘BUCK’ teaches hard-learned lessons

Jana J. Monji

Straight from the school of hard-knocks, comes Buck Brannaman. As the youngest son of “Ace” and Carol Brannaman, he first came to national attention as a shy boy, who, with his older brother, had a talent for rope tricks. They were on national cereal commercials, but you might know Buck best as the horse whisperer–the man who inspired a book and later worked with Robert Redford on the movie by the same name, “The Horse Whisperer.” Director Cindy Meehl’s “Buck” is a picturesque documentary that tells a hopeful story about redemption through hard work and humility.  Read complete article > 

 
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