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Watch Buck Brannaman on RFD-TV for the first time ever!

Watch Buck Brannaman on RFD-TV for the first time ever!

 

TSB is excited to catch the new three-part series about Buck Brannaman on Equestrian Nation, the popular news-magazine-style show, featuring stories about everything horse-related, from different breeds, horsemen, and riding disciplines, to veterinary information, and training and management tips. Equestrian Nation’s exclusive interview will be Buck’s first ever appearance on RFD-TV–the nation’s first 24-hour television network dedicated to serving the needs and interests of rural America with programming focused on agriculture, equine-related topics, and the rural lifestyle, along with traditional country music and entertainment.

 

 

“The three part series is about getting to know who influenced Buck and his opinions on horses and life,” says Dan Weyand, Executive Producer of Equestrian Nation. “This is an in-depth interview where you really get to know him personally. Our production crew traveled to his ranch in Sheridan, Wyoming. We then caught up with him at a clinic in Colorado to finish filming the series.”

Part One of Equestrian Nation’s Buck Brannaman series premiers Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. PDT, with Parts Two and Three airing at the same time April 9 and April 16. Viewers can also watch repeats of each episode following the premiere: Check the RFD-TV schedule for when Equestrian Nation is on in your time zone.

 

You can learn the best of Buck’s horse wisdom shared at seven different clinic locations in the acclaimed 7 CLINICS WITH BUCK BRANNAMAN DVD series, available from the TSB online bookstore, where shipping in the US is FREE.

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Ali Cornish and her family share how they use Buck Brannaman's methods to prepare their horses for the hunter/jumper ring.

Ali Cornish and her family share how they use Buck Brannaman’s methods to prepare their horses for the hunter/jumper ring.

Be sure to read and share the article I wrote about Buck Brannaman clinic sponsor Tina Cornish, and her children Ali and Noah, which is now featured on Equisearch.com. In the piece entitled “In Search of a Clear, Clean Round: One Family’s Experience with Buck Brannaman,” the Cornish family shares its experience working with Buck Brannaman as they compete in the hunter/jumper world.

The Cornish family appeared in the hit documentary BUCK and was featured in 7 CLINICS WITH BUCK BRANNAMAN. Watch this clip from Disc 5 to hear a little of their story:

It was great talking to Tina, Ali, and Noah about the time they’ve been able to spend absorbing Buck’s methods, and then learning to apply them to the horses they have in training, regardless of the intended discipline. Their primary goal as a family is to make their chosen horse sport depend on good horsemanship for success, rather than tricks and shortcuts and drugs. Buck’s methods are instrumental in enabling them to remain true to this goal, keeping them safe as they restart horses to then go on and win in the hunter/jumper ring. Having just returned from Wellington where we had the opportunity to touch on this subject with some of the leaders in the sport, I think their message is especially pertinent as various committees take a closer look at current rules and regulations and standards, and what needs to change.

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I asked the Cornish family to share their favorite “Buckism,” since every time he opens his mouth, something sage and infinitely useful seems to come out! Here’s what they said:

“Buck is really funny,” said Tina, “so there are too many things he says to pick one favorite quote. But one that works for me is, ‘You need to know what happened, before what happened, happened.’ I feel like it makes you ride proactively and think ahead instead of waiting for it to fall apart, then fixing it. It keeps you sharp.”

“I’m with my mom on that one,” agreed Ali. “That little piece of advice has really helped me a lot since the horses I have had to ride have not been the easiest. It makes it easier for me to help them around the show ring if I pay attention to the details.”

“I like: ‘You would be way better off if you could learn to do things 90 percent mental and 10 percent physical; unfortunately, most people don’t figure that out until they have lost 90 percent of their physical,” added Noah. “I think this quote speaks for itself.”

Be sure to read and share the article on Equisearch.com. CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE

–Rebecca Didier, Senior Editor

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