Buck Brannaman is a well-known and widely respected horse gentler whose approach to horses and their owners has inspired and revolutionized the equestrian world. Bill Reynolds, associate publisher of Cowboys & Indians magazine, is the co-author of The Faraway Horses and the author of The Art of the Western Saddle).
"Each of the 13 stories here offers a variation on the central
lesson. One of the most engaging things is that these are not all
wealthy horse peole with great means at their disposal: often the
people represented here simply enoy a long-standing love affair
with horses and the pleassures they bring."--"Santa Barbara
"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"
"There's a point in horsemanship when horse and horseman know enough about each other that a third thing, another dimension, begins to be part of the relationship. It's upon this element that the real ride takes place and in Believe we can see the markers along the journey."
"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 NBC's "Today Show" and co-author of "People We Know, Horses They Love"