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German Horse Magazine: Mein Pferde

October 2009, the German Horse Magazine MEIN PFERDE published an article on Buck Brannaman.   Titled, "The Horse Whisperer," the article is written by Gabriele Karcher, with photos by Heiko Rodde.  All of the photos were taken at Staley Homestead. (SCROLL DOWN for MORE NEWS. Additional international press coverage at my blog - see link.)

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We're in the movies. Want Craig's autograph?

In August 2009, Cedar Creek Productions filmed part of their documentary on Buck Brannaman, at Staley Homestead. Jodi Seaton Photo. It's always an honor to ride with Buck. Being a part of filming and enjoying all the subsequent acclaim made this clinic a once in a lifetime experience. For more information on the Sundance Film Festival experience, go my blog.

Movie Crew

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All of the hard working movie crew were a pleasure to have around. A few of the crew: (L to R) Gwen (assistant to the producer), Cindy Meehl (producer/director) and Charles (cameraman, as usual obscured by his camera). Emily Knight photo. More information and on location photos: www.cedarcreekmedia.com


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Buck Brannaman Colt Class 2009. Riders in this photo: (L to R) Craig, Shane Jackson, Gary Myers, Ty Heth, Kristi Saier, and Betty. This is about half the class. The other half of the class was coming around behind us. Or, ahead of us, depending on your point of view. We are riding in a round pen, after all. And, yes, we were all in the round pen at the same time. This is exciting and it's a great way to start colts. Mary Wood photo.


Winter at the Homestead

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There's a standard joke around here, "Montana only has three seasons, Winter, July and August." Compared to the long days and frenzy of dawn to dark activity during summer, winter at Staley Homestead is a sedate, serene and COLD season. A time to hunker down, create and dream. Even the wildlife draws near, taking shelter from the season.

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