I promised to fill you in on the Buck Brannaman clinic when I could. I’m laptopless (as I type this, I find that it appears surprisingly racy), but I’ve gotten access to a friend’s computer for a quick post.
Buck shared with us today something that Ray Hunt told him, years ago, “You need to do less sooner; you’re always doing too much, late.”
What a wonderful, down-to-earth way to sum up timing and tact.
There has been an incredible depth of wonderful, down-to-earth teaching this weekend, and I’m looking forward to sharing the highlights with you this coming week.
Thanks to Buck, I’m also looking forward to working cows. In preparation, based on this afternoon’s demonstration, I need to find a riding buddy and his or her horse who are willing to pretend to be a cow. I promise to trade off and be a cow, too, along with my Oldenburg.