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Buck Brannaman is back! He will return for a two-stop clinic engagement in Southern California in April. Come learn from one of the most respected horsemen in the industry, as he shares his insight, skills, and techniques on achieving a better relationship with your horse.

“First up, on April 9-11, Buck Brannaman will be in Los Angeles County at the JPK Ranch in Agua Dulce for his Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemanship 1. There will be no spectators this year — except for family and friends of riders. Riders will need to reserve and pay for their guests in advance, and numbers will be limited. Bring a chair and your own food and water. Also: please, no dogs. The clinic will observe all CDC and health department protocols. Call Sally at (213) 247-7157 to reserve your spot.

Next up, April 16-18, Buck will be in Santa Barbara County where he will teach Horsemanship 1 and Horsemanship 1 at the Santa Ynez Equestrian Center. This clinic will be held in the outdoor arena with stadium seating, but it is encouraged to bring a chair for closer viewing. As in the Agua Dulce clinic, spectators in Santa Ynez will be strictly limited to family or rider support — and they must be registered in advance. Also again, please, no dogs. This clinic will be sponsored by Chris Sobenes Training & Instruction. To register, contact Chris at sobenes52@gmail.com. Registration forms are also available at www.Brannaman.com.

For more than 30 years, Buck Brannaman has been working with horses and their owners. Today, he is one of the world’s leading practitioners of handling horses based on classical concepts from the California vaquero tradition, as well as working with the horse’s nature, using an understanding of how horses think and communicate to train the horse to accept humans and work confidently and responsively with them. One of his stated goals is to make the animal feel safe and secure around humans so that the horse and rider can achieve a true union. Buck travels most of the year doing horsemanship clinics in the U.S., Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. See ads on page 11 and 15.

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