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post #1 of 25 Old 01-24-2012, 07:43 PM Thread Starter
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Buck Brannaman on Nightline

Who else saw Nightline last night with Buck Brannaman?

Im still kind of shocked by the young stallion who attacked his handler. They mentioned something about a brain defect that was suffered at birth. Any Thoughts on what this might be? I've never been in such a frightening situation and hope I never am!
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post #2 of 25 Old 01-24-2012, 07:46 PM
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The lady had eighteen frickin stallions! She did that to the stallion! Buck told her she was at fault. If by chance their was a brain defect, why on earth did she keep him a stud? She needs a boot up her ass for being irresponsible. What is wrong with some people?
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I didn't know that was on. I wonder if I can find it on You-tube or something?
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Who else saw Nightline last night with Buck Brannaman?

Im still kind of shocked by the young stallion who attacked his handler.
That shouldn't of been a shock to anyone. I'm glad they didn't edit it out and sugarcoat it.
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The lady was completely nuts and needed to geld and re-home those horses!

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I didn't know that was on. I wonder if I can find it on You-tube or something?
Nightline 1/23: Cyber-Stalked College Student Speaks Out Full Episode - Nightline - ABC News

You can watch the full episode here. It is the second part of the video.
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Nightline 1/23: Cyber-Stalked College Student Speaks Out Full Episode - Nightline - ABC News

You can watch the full episode here. It is the second part of the video.
Thank you! I didn't get to see the movie "Buck" so at least I will get to see some of it.
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I watched 'Buck' on Netflix. As far as I know, its still showing there. I was appalled by the situation and terrified for the safety of the individuals involved. Someone could have been hurt worse than that trainer that got bit or even killed.
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That's really disturbing.
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I saw Buck, actually bought it and have watched a few times. I hope the lady was honest about putting the stallion down for his sake as well as anyone concerned. Then, she should geld her herd of stallions! 18 stallions running together. Good grief.:roll:
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