The Faraway Horses (revised)

The Faraway Horses (revised)
£14.95

Available September 2019


The Faraway Horses tells the tale of the extraordinary life of an extraordinary man. At heart, this rich and rewarding memoir is a roadmap for living a harmonious and honourable existence among horses and humans. This updated edition features a new foreword and introduction. 

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The Faraway Horses, which was the inspiration for the Sundance Film Festival’s award-winning documentary Buck in 2011, is Buck Brannaman’s richly textured and stunning account of his life from an abusive childhood to his phenomenally successful approach to horses. A real-life ‘horse-whisperer’, Buck possesses near magical abilities as he dramatically transforms horses- -and people--with his understanding, compassion, and respect. A truly American story about a cowboy and sage, The Faraway Horses tells the tale of the extraordinary life of an extraordinary man. At heart, this rich and rewarding memoir is a roadmap for living a harmonious and honourable existence among horses and humans. This updated edition features a new foreword and introduction. 

‘I’ve started horses since I was 12 years old and have been bit, kicked, bucked off and run over. I’ve tried every physical means to contain my horse in an effort to keep from getting myself killed. I started to realize that things would come much easier for me once I learned why a horse does what he does. This method works well for me because of the kinship that develops between horse and rider’. --Buck Brannaman 

Author 

BUCK BRANNAMAN is a horse gentler—not a horse ‘breaker’ —who has started more than 10,000 young horses in his clinics. He lives with his family in Sheridan, Wyoming. 

WILLIAM REYNOLDS is the associate publisher of Cowboys & Indians magazine. He lives with his family in Santa Ynez, California. 

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Sub Heading The Adventures and Wisdom of One of America’s Most Renowned Horsemen (revised editon)
ISBN 9781493030767
Author Buck Brannaman and William Reynolds
Binding Paperback
Extent 228 x 152 mm, 288pp
Illustrations No
Ebook No
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