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  • Groundwork


    Written by Buck Brannaman, this is the first book in his long awaited book series. Groundwork takes you step-by-step, starting your colt from the ground. With Buck’s common sense advice and over 90 photographs illustrating his techniques, this is surely a primer for anyone interested in learning the fine art of groundwork. Some chapter titles include “Saddling,” “Changing Eyes,” “Roping a Hind Foot,” and “Horse Roping,” among others. This book can be referred to over and over, and can go anywhere with you.

  • The Art Of The Western Saddle


    Designed and written by Bill Reynolds, this glossy book is illustrated with historic and contemporary examples of saddle style and decoration, The Art of the Western Saddle highlights the work of makers such as Visalia stock saddle company, Meana, Miles City Saddlery, along with contemporary makers such as Chas Weldon, Dale Harwood, and many others. Many saddles of the stars are featured from the golden age of the Hollywood western; these include outfits belonging to the Lone Ranger, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, and Barbara Stanwyck.

  • The Faraway Horses


    Written by Buck Brannaman with William Reynolds. The life of Buck Brannaman as told through his own stories and experiences. It’s a story about a young man coming to terms with his family and ultimately his future through his life changing experiences with horses. Whether you are involved with horses or not, this is a book that opens one’s eyes to life’s possibilities.