The Horseman’s Gazette is a quarterly video-series available on DVD. The first issue released was Winter of 2009. A one-year subscription will consist of 4 DVDs, mailed quarterly; Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall.
Renewals will be entered so you don’t miss an issue!
Stories will focus on training and instructional pieces as well as philosophical video essays, and profiles of gear makers, artists and musicians.The DVD’s content will be formatted in such a way that viewers can study the table of contents of the DVD, and then “flip” to whatever story grabs their interest first, just like a print magazine.
InThe Horseman’s Gazette, you can watch as a colt makes a change as he is prepared to be saddled, see the changes in expression as a horse hooks on to a cow, observe as a rider discovers how to change her body position to get in better harmony with her horse’s movement, and marvel as a world renown artist uses a pencil to capture the spirit and essence of a horse before your very eyes.
The Horseman’s Gazette DVDs will complement Eclectic Horseman Magazine, you’ll see familiar faces from its pages and now you’ll hear their voices and see their actions with your own eyes and ears. You’ll also meet new horsemen and -women who are out in the world working for the horse; educating riders to a deeper understanding and respect for ways of working with horses that work with their nature, not in spite of it. Some of who we will feature include such noted horsemen and -women as Buck Brannaman, Bryan Neubert, Joe Wolter, Buster McLaury, Wendy Murdoch, Martin Black, Richard Caldwell, Scott Grosskopf and several more.
Each Horseman’s Gazette DVD will range from one hour to an hour-and-a-half, and feature an average of six stories with noted horsemen and -women as well as one profile of an artist, gear maker or other craftsman. Each issue will also have an extensive contributors section where the viewer can learn about each of the contributors, and how to get more information from that particular resource.
Come along for the ride — you and your horse will be glad that you did!