7 Clinics with Buck Brannaman: 5,6 & 7 — Lessons on Horseback, Problem Solving, Words of Wisdom
Third DVD set in series
'The biggest challenge in creating the documentary BUCK was taking over 300 hours of footage and cutting it down to 88 minutes', says filmmaker Cindy Meehl. 'We still hear audiences saying they didn't want the film to end — they want more Buck!
Introducing 7 Clinics with Buck Brannaman, a series of 7 DVDs featuring over 10 hours of instructional footage. Cindy Meehl went back into the vaults, sifting though hundreds of hours of film from seven different clinic locations to find Buck Brannaman's best advice for improving the way we ride and work with horses. The result is like nothing audiences have seen before.
'Learn to understand your horse with the help of some Western wisdom and discover how he really sees the world... whether you've got specific issues you'd like to address, or simply want to improve your relationship and bond with your horse, you've nothing to lose. Give it a go, who knows what you could achieve.' — Your Horse
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Buck Brannaman, known to many as the inspiration behind the novel and the feature film The Horse Whisperer, travels extensively throughout the country and the world each year, teaching an approach to training and riding horses that he learned from renowned horsemen Tom Dorrance and Ray Hunt. This approach has inspired and revolutionized the equestrian world, and Brannaman’s story, shared in the hit 2011 documentary BUCK, has extended the reach of his wisdom far into the mainstream (brannaman.com).
Cindy Meehl met Buck Brannaman at one of his clinics in 2003. Coming from an artistic background of fine art and fashion design in New York City, she felt that the best way to communicate the story of Buck Brannaman would be through film. She founded Cedar Creek Productions, LLC, in 2008 in order to make the feature film BUCK, which has been hailed by audiences and critics around the world for its content and delivery. BUCK won the Audience Award at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, and was shortlisted for the 2011 Academy Awards. Meehl lives in Connecticut with her husband, writer Brian Meehl, two daughters, four dogs, and two horses (cedarcreekmedia.com).