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Humane treatment of animals has always been my passion, and while horses and humans have worked together since the beginning of time, horses remain one of the most misunderstood animals on our planet.
Buck Brannaman has spent his lifetime with horses and he truly gets how the horse thinks, learns and feels. He has developed a communication with them that garners amazing results in a remarkable respectful way that the horse really responds to.
After filming my documentary BUCK, I sat through the editing process wishing everyone could see and learn from the invaluable footage that I had. The documentary was very successful bringing awareness to Brannaman and his masterful horsemanship, but it wasn't the appropriate format to impart specific instructional techniques. It was my desire to complete my mission of making people aware of this kind of compassionate horsemanship that eliminates excessive harsh treatment and equipment, and encourages a more natural approach to the horse and his ...
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At first on a horse that really has no idea what you're looking for, you need to be able to go from pressure to a release, which in that case is NO pressure. It's really not a confusing thing, it's just people don't want to listen or don't want to let go. And they'll say, I do release. Well going from 50lbs. prying on a horse to 40lbs. is not a release-you can find another way to describe it, but it's not a gray area. Release means just what it is NO pressure.
Written, performed & recorded by Sam Gay exclusively for the "7 Clinics with Buck Brannaman" DVD series
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