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The centuries old technique was made famous in the film the Horse Whisperer, starring Redford, and is an alternative method of breaking in horses.
The bidding flurry was orchestrated by CAA's Robert Bookman, who sold "Horse Whisperer.
The Teen Horse Whisperers documentary sees the initially indifferent recruits eventually leave their behavioural issues at the stable door.
The Whisperer group helps families cope with stillbirths and miscarriages.
Mrs Bamford is training to be a horse whisperer, a technique of ``breaking in'' untamed horse by using just equine body language to communicate with the horse in the field, and work with them physically to change their behaviour.
She travels to Montana to visit legendary horse whisperer Tom Booker (Redford), hoping that he will be able to cure the traumatised horse and help her daughter's recovery.
After entertaining guests at a sportsman's dinner at the Diplomat Radisson on Friday with tales of his ring exploits and the demons he has struggled with outside the ropes, he told The Whisperer that he believes Mayweather will come out on top.
HE is known as the Horse Whisperer and since he was a toddler has had a gift for training the magnificent animals.
Dog whisperer Cesar Millan, who is giving a free DVD to everyone who adopts a dog with the scheme, said: "Supporting the Pedigree Adoption Drive means that more shelters receive much needed funds, to give these animals the help needed.
Canimar, the recent Birmingham Cup winner at Perry Barr, made it three Lister runners into Saturday's decider (repeating the Newark handler's feat in last year's Laurels final) when a neck second to 10-1 chance Horse Whisperer in the second semi.