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   Ray Hunt ~ A Legend In His Own Time
  by Linda Boston Franke
Ray Hunt is one of the most renowned horse trainers in the world, and by all accounts he is a legend in his own time. In a career that spans several decades, Ray Hunt and his wife Carolyn travel continually, holding clinics
Published: Friday 07 January, 2005
   Timeless Teachings of a Master Horseman ~ Tom Dorrance
  by Linda Boston Franke
Tom Dorrance (May 11, 1910 - June 11, 2003) is perhaps the most widely revered “master horseman” and “master teacher” of our generation. Tom Dorrance is recognized by many as being the “founding father,” the original source, the place where this approach to horsemanship originated
Published: Wednesday 05 January, 2005
   True Horsemanship Through Feel (by Bill Dorrance)
  by Book Review: Linda Boston Franke
On July 20, 1999, Bill Dorrance, a Salinas-based rancher and rawhide braider, passed on. He was "crowding 99" and had lived a long and full life. Fortunately for all who aspire to excellence in horsemanship, his legacy, a book called True Horsemanship Through Feel by Bill Dorrance with Leslie Desmon...
Published: Monday 03 January, 2005
   The Faraway Horses by Buck Brannaman (with William Reynolds)
  by Book Review: Linda Boston Franke
Buck Brannaman lives with his wife, Mary, and their three daughters on a 1200-acre ranch in Sheridan, Wyoming. But most often he can be found on the horsemanship clinic circuit somewhere in the USA, offering help to people who have problems with their horses, and most certainly helping horses who h...
Published: Friday 19 November, 2004
   The Parelli Experience
  by Stede Barber
After a break during the Parelli Savvy Conference in September, a woman and her horse in braids and black dressage attire entered the arena and began going through the movements of a formal competition.
Published: Friday 19 March, 2004
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