Buck Brannaman eats double whoppers with cheese. He likes his coffee black. He says he like two kinds of music - that'd be country and western - and he likes to joke around. On the surface that places him squarely in the category of being a "regular guy." But he isn't.
At 34 years old, the lanky cowboy from Sheridan, Wyoming, is widely recognized as a top horseman by the best in the business. Buck Brannaman's also a husband and a father, a trick roper (he holds two titles in the Guinness Book of World's Records) and since the mid-80's, he's criss-crossed the country dozens of times to address the plight of horse owners and their misunderstood mounts in 30 states. To the 2,500 - 3,000 people who attend his colt starting and horsemanship clinics in 42 locations each year, Buck Brannaman is a mix of mentor, living legend and folk hero.
If you have not been to one of Buck's clinics, perhaps you have heard about him in connection with the "horsemanship revolution" that is taking place in many parts of the country. This phenomenon was referred to in the best-seller...
I am writing you in response to a request from Buck Brannaman. I have known Buck and have watched his clinics for close to 10 years. My wife is very involved in horses and has rode in his clinics for 14 years. Buck, in my opinion, is the best in the world at what he does. I am a member of the YPO San Fernando Valley Chapter and we recently had an epic retreat in Jackson Hole. Buck was one of our main resources in which he put on a colt breaking demostation. We were not sure how our group was going to respond since most of them are not horse people. Our retreat was for 3 days and after Buck's event everyone could not stop talking about his demostration and how incredible it was. I would strongly recommend Buck to put on any demostration at any event.
John H. Cornish, YPO San Fernando Valley Chapter
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