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Breaking Them In

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Winning Ways host James Goodman says he has seen some horrendous ways of breaking in horses.

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1 comment on “Breaking Them In

  1. A nice idea to spread good horsmanship on the show James.
    Who is this guy in the clip?
    The methods he uses are not his own but derived from the tradition of horsemanship that the late Tom Dorrance taught the late Ray Hunt who taught Buck Brannaman whose daughter Reatta teaches it at Montana State University which flew me over, gave me a car and a hotel and had me as a guest speaker last year. I attended a colt starting class there with Reatta. They don’t call it “breaking in” anymore. Semantics I know, but words are important. I raised this at the Summerhill Winter School and had the Management School change the nomenclature after I showed the students the film Buck.

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