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post #21 of 82 Old 01-15-2014, 08:11 AM
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For those prices they should include a horse!

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Is there any equipment I should have, or useful if I did have with me for the clinic? Snaffle, macate reins, flag?
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My husband wanted to surprise me for Christmas to do the clinic in Maine in September 2014.. and it was ALREADY FULL! Almost a year in advance!
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beats 1295 for Craig Cameron, 1200 for Chris Cox, 2000 for Clinton Anderson ( with a 20 page application, no less), and God forbid 3,200 for Pat Parelli.
Of those you listed I think Chris cox is the only one that would interest me. However at those prices that isn't going to happen either.
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I would love to go to one of his clinics, but I'd rather pay the money to sit in my saddle rather than sit my bony butt on a bench for 3 hours LOL.

Maybe someday when he'll be within driving distance from me.

I wonder what a person has to do to sponsor a clinic for him .

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post #26 of 82 Old 01-15-2014, 01:40 PM
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I would love to go to one of his clinics, but I'd rather pay the money to sit in my saddle rather than sit my bony butt on a bench for 3 hours LOL.

Maybe someday when he'll be within driving distance from me.

I wonder what a person has to do to sponsor a clinic for him .
My trainer sponsors his clinics, I can ask and find out!
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post #27 of 82 Old 01-15-2014, 02:09 PM
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I appreciate that, but I found what I was looking for by browsing around on his site. Apparently, I'd have to go and participate at a clinic and meet Buck first before he'd talk to me about sponsoring one.

Of course, this would be something that would likely happen a couple of years down the road as I'd also have to rent an arena for the event and all that jazz LOL.

Sure would be nice to have one within driving distance of me though so I could take a horse and have some fun and learn some new stuff...or refresh some old stuff .

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I can't help but if you don't do lots of videos and feedback on here I'll be soooooo angry with you!!!!
Two of my friends went to his clinic here in MI last year and they said he doesn't allow any pictures taking or videoing of the clinic. I was really hoping they would video it for me, but no such luck.

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post #29 of 82 Old 01-18-2014, 01:50 AM
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I'm on day 2 of auditing and (photographing) a Buck Clinic here in NZ.
It's not really my bag but I know most of the participants worship at the alter of Buck.
Like most trainers, some things he says are great and a lot of things are so long winded I get lost in the middle of it and find myself wondering why sheep don't shrink in the warm rain.
Here's a couple of priceless photographs you might enjoy from yesterday's clinic. I get the feeling the horse is trying to interpret Buck-speak for all the horses in the clinic...

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I'm on day 2 of auditing and (photographing) a Buck Clinic here in NZ.
It's not really my bag but I know most of the participants worship at the alter of Buck.
Like most trainers, some things he says are great and a lot of things are so long winded I get lost in the middle of it and find myself wondering why sheep don't shrink in the warm rain.
Here's a couple of priceless photographs you might enjoy from yesterday's clinic. I get the feeling the horse is trying to interpret Buck-speak for all the horses in the clinic...

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Very cool and funny Merlot. Thank you.

I am not a 'worshiper', but I definitely respect him a lot. I can relate with him on so many levels and say I get it....not just with horses. I am a little scared that I will be disappointed in person, but I will never know if I don't get in there and try.

You were allowed to take pictures then?
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