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From Buck Brannaman, bestselling author of The Faraway Horses, Believe: A Horseman's Journey continues to chronicle Buck's efforts as a catalyst and mentor through the stories of thirteen people with whom he has worked.

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In his bestselling The Faraway Horses, Buck Brannaman, extraordinary trainer and acknowledged inspiration for The Horse Whispererer, described how he found his calling and honed his art and craft. Following the book's widespread acclaim, the universal application of Brannaman's approach to interpersonal relationships has struck a responsive chord in the equestrian community and with the public at large.

Believe continues to chronicle Buck's efforts as catalyst and mentor as we meet thirteen people with whom he has worked. Through their words and through Brannaman's perceptive introductions to each essay, we experience firsthand the hope and confidence that he has instilled in them and their horses.

You will discover through these stories how many untapped dreams and abilities you, too, possess, and how you can bring them to fruition. So journey with Buck Brannaman, learn from him, and profit from the voyage.

"Buck Brannaman is a remarkable person. Remarkable in that he can communicate on a variety of levels---with people as well as horses---all with one desire, to help free the spirit in everyone involved." ---Jill Rappaport, Entertainment correspondent on Today Show

"Others have falsely claimed to be the inspiration for Tom Booker in The Horse Whisperer. The one who truly inspired me was Buck Brannaman. His skill, understanding and his gentle, loving heart have parted the clouds for countless troubled creatures. Buck is the Zen master of the horse world." ---Nicholas Evans, author of The Horse Whisperer

Believe

A Horseman's Journey

Author William Reynolds, Buck Brannaman

Narrated by Karen White, John Pruden

Publication date Dec 26, 2011

Running time 5 hrs

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