Friends of Wild Wild Rags
Buck provided the primary inspiration for the "Houlihan series and the "Dance" through his focused, compelling, and inspired teaching. We are heartened by his unwavering dedication to the horse. Always the horse. Don't miss a chance to attend a Brannaman clinic to truly learn and be inspired!
"Carrying on the Traditions of Ray Hunt and Tom Dorrance" is a tall order, but Carolyn Hunt and Buck Brannaman have worked tirelessly for 7 years to bring together today's best examples of what Tom and Ray taught. Buck Brannaman, a long-time and dedicated student of Ray's, headlines with Ray's grandson, Jason Lord.
Sara Hagal has long been a personal friend and kind supporter. She is known throughout the horse community as the maker of the finest mane hair mecates in the world. Don't miss her beautiful headstalls and traditional gear. Sara handles Wild Wild Rags at some of her out-of-town events. Watch for the beautiful western boots that daughter, Mesa, will be offering soon!
The ultimate source for fine art, fine books, and collectables celebrating the horse culture of the Pacific Slope. Did we mention the rich beauty of their classic saddle silver and Spanish ornamentation? Wild Wild Rags is proud to feature Old Cowdogs scarf slides in many of their original silk wild rags photos.
"Just what works" Emily Kitching's mission is to provide "the most reliable source of high-quality horsemanship available to the horse community." No other publication does it like Emily and her team! Eclectic Horseman also has a DVD series, The Horseman's Gazette!
"We Make the Best for the West". Kent Fracker and his crew build some of the most spectacular saddles and gear available. They pay meticulous attention to fitting a custom saddle to you and to your horse. When we think of Frecker's, we think of integrity.
Wild Wild Rags has Donated to the Following Worthy Causes in the Name of the Brannaman Family
Assisting Wyoming families whose children suffer from childhood cancers or brain or spinal cord tumors by providing critical non-medical assistance, advocacy and encouragement.
Taught by Reata Brannaman, this class follows the teachings of Buck Brannaman, Ray Hunt, and Tom Dorrance. The focus is on giving young horses and horsemen a good start. Go to the above link, then: Select "Academics". Scroll down to "other". Select "Next Step" on the top right of the page. Indicate the amount you wish to donate. Indicate that you wish to donate to the Colt Starting program in the large grey box.