Caught this on the BBC iPlayer, not sure if it's already been aired in the US or not.
A documentary on Buck Brannaman, no dramatisation or storylines, just documenting him growing up from a child and following him around to his demonstrations.
Thought some of you may be interested in a particular case they document - a three year old stud (stunning horse), oxygen deprived as a newborn and orphaned, and basically never taught respect. In Buck's words "This horse is as close to a predator as you will ever find". He likened it to a disabled child never shown manners or respect. It's running out with 18 other studs (
), and currently attacks any person near it - snakes out and bites, rears up and strikes out, all whilst squealing loudly. Shown at about one hour in.
Also, lovely dressage trainer who regularly takes her dressage horses out to herd/rope cows to tune them up - I thought that was ace!
Anyway, here's the link, if anyone has any questions just shout and I can fill you in or point you to the right section BBC iPlayer - Storyville: 2013-2014: Buck: The Real Horse Whisperer
(Also, don't take the title at face value - not really about "Horse Whispering at all