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500 Miles - The Story of Ranchers and Horses (2017)

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  • 500 Miles - The Story of Ranchers and Horses

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    Filmed and Created by: Heroes and Horses

    The purpose of this innovative short film is to start a new, universally-understood conversation around the necessity of struggle, challenge and perseverance as they relate to creating meaning in one's life - without one, you cannot have the other. The 500 Miles film communicates the importance of this concept by telling the story of the un-purposed wild mustang and the un-purposed veteran, following both as they learn to face and navigate challenges, with the ultimate goal of discovering what their greater purpose in life is. For these mustangs, the arduous 500 mile journey through New Mexico and Arizona was their purpose-defining challenge, but we all have our own version of a 500 mile journey. It's the moments in life when we choose to buck up instead of give up. When we choose to take the unbeaten path instead of the easy road. It's the moments that force us to take a hard look at ourselves, and the decisions we have been making, and decide if we have been letting life happen to us, or for us.

    So, the question is: What's your 500?

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  • HERD - A Spiritual Journey. FULL AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY!

    51:42

    The Film follows an 8-day ‘Equinisity’ retreat with animals and nature.


    EQUUS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL - BEST DOCUMENTARY 2017
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    Three-Hundred-Twenty acres of sacred land filled with old-growth forests, meadows, lakes, and hills, the vistas, colors, textures, flora and fauna, all reflect the miraculous diversity and creative expression of the one consciousness in all life. The animals call that divine force the ALL. They live and teach truths that are just being discovered by human science: The field, wave theory, entrainment, telepathy, clairvoyance, spontaneous healing, are all the apparent expression of true connection to that flow. The land itself, with its resident life along with the Herd that runs freely across this land, are helping humans to reach a new level of consciousness and well-being. The secret is we have to ask for and allow their input. Animals and the natural world tune and raise our vibration, helping us to re-adjust our focus from the point (our ego) to the wave (the flow of all non-human life). It is humans who create the barriers, and it is our choice to dissolve them and awaken to the gifts of animals and all life.

    The documentary 'Herd' was filmed and directed by Stefan Morel, an award-winning Canadian filmmaker who has won awards for Best Documentary, Best Cinematography, and Best Director.

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  • Why Four Cowboys Rode Wild Horses 3,000 Miles Across America | Nat Geo Live

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    In 2013, filmmaker Ben Master, three of his friends, and 16 wild mustangs journeyed across 3,000 miles of some of the most rugged territory in the American West. This audacious trek—to inspire adoptions of wild horses and burros—has since inspired Ben to help others on their own journeys. Hear Ben share inspiring stories from the road and watch clips from his documentary 'Unbranded.'
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  • Great American Horse Drive 2017

    14:59

    About 500 horses cruise through Maybell on Sunday during Sombrero Ranches' 19th annual Great American Horse Drive. The horses were accompanied by about 100 riders, who drove the horses 62 miles Saturday and Sunday from western Moffat County to a ranch near Craig. Spectators and participants came from throughout Colorado and the U.S. — and even a few attended from Europe — to enjoy a truly Western experience. - Craig Daily Press

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  • American Mustang Documentary 2013 HD1080p

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    Fueled by stunning footage, this stirring documentary considers wild horses' role in the American psyche and their dwindling numbers in today's West. In an artful blend of exquisite nature documentary and character-driven narrative, the majestic wild horses of the American West are revealed in stereoscopic 3D as never before. The wonder in a girl’s eye pulls us into the drama that unfolds on hundreds of millions of acres of public land. The battle lines have long been carved into the landscape, and the players are deeply entrenched. Yet as the subtle choreography that has evolved over thousands of years begins, we are captivated. The intricate dance between a man and a wild horse presents lessons for us all, even the battle-hardened special interest groups fighting for the place of the AMERICAN MUSTANG.

  • Saving The Mustang: Americas Adopted Icon | Horse Documentary | Timeline

    51:13

    Wild mustangs have long been an icon of native peoples and early settlers of North America. Yet their fate today is uncertain. Traded, stolen, and wild for 400 years, an estimated 2-3 million roamed North America in 1890 until they became almost extinct. The US Government has attempted to control the number of Wild Mustangs populated and in their view over grazed on vast tracks of public land. Over 41 thousand are now held in captivity. Saving The Mustang explores the state of wild horses today through the efforts of three individuals. Canadian horseman Randy Bird who adopted eight mustangs from a crowded facility in Wyoming and brought them 3000 miles to their new home in Ontario. Endurance rider and song-writer Jean Albert Renaud, who works with horses and at-risk teens on his Maryland ranch. And Roger William, past chief of the First Nation Xeni Gwetin, who has created a 200,000 hectare wild horse preserve in the rugged wilderness of the Nemiah Valley in British Columbia. All three stories interweave a compelling tale of perseverance and determination - one that offers hope for these amazing animals.

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  • Mustang Horse Documentary - Cloud - Not Ready

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  • Chase a Wild Buffalo Stampede With These Heroic Cowboys | Short Film Showcase

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    The bison—sometimes referred to as a buffalo—is a living symbol of the American West. Despite once roaming the plains in numbers greater than 30 million, this iconic animal has recently come dangerously close to extinction. By 1900, extensive hunting and fur trading had reduced their population to less than one thousand. Although much progress has been made over the past century, conservationists are still working diligently to bring back the magnificent beast of the plains.
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    In this short film by Josh Chertoff and Alfredo Alcántara, saddle up with a Colorado rancher who's risking everything to preserve the endangered species. Equal parts environmentalist and cowboy, Duke Phillips is not your average conservationist. Join him and his crew of horsemen on a thrilling ride as they herd thousands of wild bison for their unique conservation initiative.

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  • Caballo: The Wild Horses Of North America | Real Wild

    52:49

    El Caballo, an hour-long documentary on wild horses in North America, challenges prevailing knowledge and presents the many difficulties of managing a species both “exotic” and “wild.” Long thought to be a species arriving in North America with the Spanish conquistadors in the 1600s, the film offers a different story about the history of the non-domesticated horse.

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  • Wrangling Wild Horses in the Mountains of Montana | Short Film Showcase

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    Nestled in a valley between Yellowstone and Big Sky, the 9 Quarter Circle Ranch has remained relatively unchanged for 70 years. Kameron Kelsey is a third-generation steward of the ranch and prides himself on their adherence to tradition.
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    One example is the annual “Round Up,” when the family joins with a group of wranglers to herd their horses to lower elevations for the winter. This exhaustive three-day ritual could be simplified with modern technology, but the practice endures as a testimony to their way of life. In this short film by Kristopher Rey-Talley, join the Kelsey family in Montana as they embark on their yearly trip with the horses through the land they cherish.

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  • The Last Of Americas Wild Horses | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild

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    The North American west was once a wild horse dominion, but today, only a few hundred remain wild. In captivity, they literally will themselves to die. This documentary captures the rare sight of a wild mustang running free.

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  • Seabiscuit: Americas Legendary Racehorse

    50:40

    When America needed him most, Seabiscuit became the working man’s hero and the most remarkable thoroughbred racehorse in history! Seabiscuit’s story played out against America’s Great Depression, when one in four breadwinners was without work. Spectator sports, radio programming and movie theaters offered an escape and created instant celebrity... even for horses. Seabiscuit made us believe in ourselves, in courage, in perseverance, and in America. Watch his journey!

    This program includes the complete archival Seabiscuit and War Admiral “Match Race,” which is considered to be the greatest horse race in history. Featuring real footage of jockey Red Pollard’s thrilling victory at the 1940 Santa Anita Handicap.

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  • A Horse, A Convict, A Chance for Change

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    At the Wild Horse Program at Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center inmates train wild mustangs to become adoptable to the public. Through this process a deep bond forms between horse and inmate and then the possibility for transformation happens. Chr

  • 2019 EFF TRAILER COWBOYS A DOCUMENTARY PORTRAIT

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    John Langmore is an Austin, Texas, based photographer pursuing long-term personal projects. His recently published book, Open Range: America's Big-Outfit Cowboy (Twin Palms Publishers 2018), is the result of over six years of work photographing on fourteen of the country's largest ranches, all running full crews of horseback cowboys. This work has been widely published and exhibited in galleries and museums. John is also completing a feature-length documentary film on working cowboys set to be released in 2019.
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    BUD FORCE IS A DIRECTOR AND CINEMATOGRAPHER WHO CRAFTS NON-FICTION FILMS ABOUT THE PEOPLE, CULTURE, AND CONDITION OF THE WORLD WE INHABIT.
    He is the co-director and cinematographer of the feature film “COWBOYS: A Documentary Portrait,” and author of the book, “Urban Search & Rescue,” published by Tamu Press. He is also the founder and managing partner at Ultralite Films, a commercial production company based in Austin, Texas.
    Told in the cinematic tradition of classic westerns, “COWBOYS - A Documentary Portrait” is a feature-length film that gives viewers the opportunity to ride alongside modern working cowboys on some of America's largest and most remote cattle ranches. The movie documents the lives of the men and women working on these big outfit ranches - some of which are over one million acres - and still require full crews of horseback mounted workers to tend large herds of cattle.
    Narrated through first-hand accounts from the cowboys themselves, the story is steeped in authenticity and explores the rewards and hardships of a celebrated but misunderstood way of life, including the challenges that lie ahead for the cowboys critical to providing the world's supply of beef.
    “COWBOYS” was filmed on eight of the nation’s largest cattle ranches across ten states in the American West.

  • Hes Been Locked In This Machine For Almost 70 Years

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    Let's learn about the man who's been locked in this machine for almost 70 years.
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  • Dont buy a 4 Wheeler until you watch this!

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    Don't buy a 4 Wheeler until you watch this! Come along as we do a quick review and overview of the Honda Fortrax Foreman 500..We'll check out the features and I'll give ya my opinion! Hope ya'll enjoy!
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  • Neighbours Called Him Crazy, But He Had the Last Laugh

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  • Budweiser Lost Dog Super Bowl Commercial

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    In the emotional spot, directed by Jake Scott, the Budweiser Clydesdales help the puppy learn the true meaning of friendship by reminding us that #BestBuds always have your back.

    Some more fun facts about “Lost Dog”:
    · Eight puppies – seven females and one male – are featured in Budweiser’s “Lost Dog” spot, all of which were just 11-12 ½ weeks old at the time of filming.
    · Seven Budweiser Clydesdales underwent training for three months to fine-tune their skills for Budweiser’s “Lost Dog” ad.
    · Budweiser’s “Lost Dog” ad was shot at a ranch outside Santa Barbara, Calif., in early December.
    · In Budweiser’s “Lost Dog” ad, actor Don Jeanes reprises his role as Budweiser Clydesdale trainer for a third time. Don is originally from Houston and now lives in Los Angeles.
    · The song in the spot, “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” is performed by Sleeping At Last.

    Last year, Budweiser broke records with its Super Bowl spot, “Puppy Love,” which was a Top 10 branded content video and Top 10 video overall on YouTube.

  • 10 Horse Breeds You Will Not Believe Exist

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  • Look What the Worlds Largest Horse Is Capable of

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    In this episode you’ll see what the largest horse in the world is capable of. You’ll also learn about the largest horse breeds on the planet. Many people know only a few typical horse breeds but they have no idea that there are real giants among these animals. We want you to broaden your horizons and therefore we invite you to take a look at the incredible Norwegian horse, the amazing Russian Heavy Draft, and also the leader among all horses in the world. Today we’ll show you what the largest horse in the world is capable of, and we’ll also speak about some other large horse breeds. Let's go!

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  • 500 Miles - 2019 Remastered Version

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  • This is Chaises 500.

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  • This is Mikes 500.

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    On November 7th, 2014, Mike's daughter, Ciara, committed suicide. This is his 500.

  • Wild Lands Wild Horses - Pilot Episode - Twin Peaks

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    Deb Lee Carson and Jamie Baldanza are proud to present the award winning pilot episode, “Twin Peaks” from the docu-series “Wild Lands Wild Horses” on YouTube.

    We are offering the pilot episode free of charge because we need you to help America fall in love with our wild lands and wild horses and invite you to partner with us.

    ABOUT THE DOCU-SERIES
    An idea was born; back about four or so years ago. Two wild horse photographers, after spending time on the range together, recognized that the wild horses were caught up in a tug of war between many people—those for and those against their existence on the western range. These same two photographers were also dismayed at the number of Americans who did not know they even existed. Then there was the inability to find real ‘truth’ or unbiased data or accurate statistics regarding the ‘plight’ of the wild horses on the range. Finally, there were the mustang’s own stories, those heart swelling stories of wild horses who have been gathered—stories of great success, incredibly sad stories with amazing endings, and stories of those who find their new homes and their only job is to just be themselves.

    So, after a time Jamie said, “Let’s bring the wild horses to ALL of America, and get them to fall in love, and along the way we will talk to as many stakeholders as possible so we can find the truth!” Deb said, “Hell ya!!!”

    In the docu-series Wild Lands Wild Horses, we bring you the compelling story of a former wild mustang, combined with beautiful cinematography from the wild western range that mustang once called home, then weave this mustang’s story with exclusive conversations with those tasked with managing our public lands, along with scientists, public land stakeholders, wildlife advocates and more, who—despite their differences all share the same goal—TO KEEP THE WEST WILD.

    The pilot episode, Twin Peaks”, is only one episode out of twelve. In the remaining twelve episodes we will be traveling to America’s ten western states and North Dakota to visit twelve herd management areas and a treasured national park, America’s wild horses call home.

    Wild Lands, Wild Horses the docu-series will, to the best of our ability and with your help, cover the following topics in the rest of the series:

    History of the Wild Horse
    Sustainability of the Land
    The Origin of the Wild Horse
    Herd Dynamics
    Roundups
    Legislation
    Adoption Stories
    Herd Management Solutions (including birth control)
    Stakeholder Involvement—which will include the following and much more: government employees, ranchers, miners, wildlife advocates, scientists, artists, anyone who has a vested interest in the use of our public lands.

    ABOUT THE PILOT EPISODE
    In the pilot episode “Twin Peaks” we introduce you to the wild horse and burros who call approximately 800,000 acres home in the Golden State of America, California, and was inspired by the story of a tough mustang mare gathered from there, Dani California, and her arduous journey.

    “Twin Peaks” was a difficult and remote wilderness area to navigate with a film crew, has ‘true’ wild horses, rocks lots of rocks, and only a few short days to try and obtain the epic shots we had in our minds eye, presented challenges we are not afraid to share with you.

    We blend that with hard conversations with multiple stakeholders in search of the common ground needed to manage those thousands of acres and discuss topics such as native vs non-native, rangeland use, roundups, and more.

    CONCLUSION
    Sit back, enjoy and thank you for taking time to watch the pilot episode of “Wild Lands Wild Horses” docu-series: Twin Peaks!

    You are needed to help us, by partnering with us, and making a small contribution, no amount is too small. We need you because when we ALL work together; we WILL make a difference and bring our wild lands and wild horses to America, one wild story at a time.

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    Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for helping America fall in love with our living heritage—the wild, free roaming horses of America!

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  • 500 Miles Trailer

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    Client: Heroes and Horses
    Produced by: The Pursuit Society
    Producer: Cale Montrone
    Director / Editor: Josh Fletcher
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  • Orphan horse/ Full movie

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    A young runaway hides out in the barn of a retired horse trainer and is offered shelter in exchange for her help with a troubled horse.

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  • Unbranded - Official Trailer

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    Wonderfully photogenic... magnificently shot - THE INDEPENDENT.

    Four young Cowboys hatch an outrageous plot to adopt, train, and ride a string of wild mustangs 3,000 miles from Mexico to Canada through the wildest terrain of the American West. The trip becomes an epic journey of self-discovery, testing friendships, and iconic landscapes that includes runaway horses, a sassy donkey, perilous mountain passes, rodeos, sickness, injury, and death. Winner of the Audience Award at Telluride Mountainfilm and Hot Docs, #Unbranded is a soaring tale of danger and resilience, an emotionally charged odyssey that shines a bright light on the complex plight of America's wild horses.

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  • YETI Presents: Los Padres

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    After his hero & mentor, Tony Alvis, was tragically killed in a landslide, California rancher Graham Goodfield stepped in to run Los Padres Outfitters, while dedicating his life to exposing others to the wonders of the backcountry.

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    In this YETI Presents video, rancher and cowboy Graham Goodfield of Los Padres Outfitters is dedicating his life and efforts to keeping the cowboy spirit alive in California's backcountry.

  • The Mustangs: An American Story

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    The Mustangs: An American Story is a feature documentary that will premiere in 2020. This film takes audiences on an odyssey throughout America to places few people have seen or even know about. There are more than 80,000 wild horses on our federal lands and more than 50,000 in holding facilities.

    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Philipps says, The wild horse is so ingrained in the American imagination that even for those who have never seen one know what it stands for: fierce independence, unbridled freedom, the bedrock ideals of the nation. From car ads to high school mascots, the wild horse - popularly known as the mustang - is the enduring icon of America. But in modern times it has become entangled in controversy and bureaucracy, and now its future is in question.

    Whether you are a horse person or not, this film will make you fall in love with America all over again.


  • National Geographic Documentary - Horses - Amazing Story about this wonderful creature!

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    The horse (Equus ferus caballus)[2][3] is one of two extant subspecies of Equus ferus. It is an odd-toed ungulate mammal belonging to the taxonomic family Equidae. The horse has evolved over the past 45 to 55 million years from a small multi-toed creature, Eohippus, into the large, single-toed animal of today. Humans began to domesticate horses around 4000 BC, and their domestication is believed to have been widespread by 3000 BC. Horses in the subspecies caballus are domesticated, although some domesticated populations live in the wild as feral horses. These feral populations are not true wild horses, as this term is used to describe horses that have never been domesticated, such as the endangered Przewalski's horse, a separate subspecies, and the only remaining true wild horse. There is an extensive, specialized vocabulary used to describe equine-related concepts, covering everything from anatomy to life stages, size, colors, markings, breeds, locomotion, and behavior.

    Horses' anatomy enables them to make use of speed to escape predators and they have a well-developed sense of balance and a strong fight-or-flight response. Related to this need to flee from predators in the wild is an unusual trait: horses are able to sleep both standing up and lying down. Female horses, called mares, carry their young for approximately 11 months, and a young horse, called a foal, can stand and run shortly following birth. Most domesticated horses begin training under saddle or in harness between the ages of two and four. They reach full adult development by age five, and have an average lifespan of between 25 and 30 years.

    Horse breeds are loosely divided into three categories based on general temperament: spirited hot bloods with speed and endurance; cold bloods, such as draft horses and some ponies, suitable for slow, heavy work; and warmbloods, developed from crosses between hot bloods and cold bloods, often focusing on creating breeds for specific riding purposes, particularly in Europe. There are more than 300 breeds of horse in the world today, developed for many different uses.

    Horses and humans interact in a wide variety of sport competitions and non-competitive recreational pursuits, as well as in working activities such as police work, agriculture, entertainment, and therapy. Horses were historically used in warfare, from which a wide variety of riding and driving techniques developed, using many different styles of equipment and methods of control. Many products are derived from horses, including meat, milk, hide, hair, bone, and pharmaceuticals extracted from the urine of pregnant mares. Humans provide domesticated horses with food, water and shelter, as well as attention from specialists such as veterinarians and farriers.

    National Geographic presents a Documentary on Horses! Watch it till the end to know more about this wonderful creature!

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  • UNBRANDED - OFFICIAL TRAILER

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    In this story of rugged independence, Unbranded reveals the true interdependence of man, animal and nature -- their 3000-mile gauntlet through five states that is indescribable and unforgiving. Unbranded follows the story of Ben Masters, Thomas Glover, Jonny Fitzsimons and Ben Thamer as they travel through the deepest backcountry from Mexico through the American West up to Canada, with 16 Mustangs chosen and trained for this purpose. The ride took five and a half months through Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana, in famously challenging and beautiful country such as Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon and Glacier National Park.

    On September 25th, the film will debut in at least 25 theaters in collaboration with Tugg.

  • All The Wild Horses - Music by Tengger Cavalry

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    Our music Khaan from Tengger Cavalry has been featured on All The Wild Horses, a documentary about the epic Mongolian horse racing, as official trailer music.

    Directed by Ivo Marloh

  • Healing with Horses, a film about Equine Therapy, w/ an emphasis in adaptive vaulting - 17 min

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    Kelsey's spine was nearly severed after a life-altering car accident. 4 months later she started riding horses as part of her physical therapy.
    But this was different- THIS was Adaptive Vaulting. The connection with horses through this untraditional physical therapy brought a newfound hope to her healing.
    Would you like to contribute to the making of the further episodes about the healing power of horses at Karin's Horse Connection? Email hwhdocumentary@gmail.com!

  • When Horses Heal: Heroes & Horses

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    Heroes & Horses is the final episode of a three-part feature video series highlighting the critical and effective role that horses play in addressing the epidemic of U.S. military veterans returning from combat with PTSD. The video series concludes with Heroes & Horses three-phase reintegration program, which was founded by ex-Navy Seal Micah Fink and is offered to qualifying veterans at no cost. It utilizes the remote wilderness of Montana, in addition to the horse-human connection, to challenge and inspire personal growth in veterans suffering from mental and physical scars.

  • Erika Larsen: People of the Horse | Nat Geo Live

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    National Geographic photographer Erika Larsen captures the unique bond that exists between the horse and many Native American cultures. Shoshone-Bannock master horseman Leo Teton joins Larsen to share how horses play a role in his culture and in his life.
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    8. Akhal-Teke
    This heavenly horse is also the national emblem of Turkmenistan! This kind of horse is known worldwide for its speed, endurance, intelligence, and of course, its beauty. Did I mention that it can also adapt to severe climatic conditions? Gosh, what can’t it do!?
    It is also one of the oldest breed of horses that still exist today. Maybe. Scientists can’t say for sure, because it’s pretty hard to determine our own human history, let alone horse history! In any case, the ancestors of this breed date back to horses that lived 3000 years ago! The famous historian Herodotus even mentioned this horse. Some say that the Akhal-Teke is a direct descendant of the Turkoman horse, a breed that is now extinct. The Akhal-Teke is listed as threatened, which is extremely rare with domestic animals.
    This horse is also famous for its metallic sheen, caused by its extremely fine hairs. It always looks super glossy and shiny no matter what the color.
    The younger ancestors of Akhal-Teke were golden, but now it is one of the few horse breeds that has a wide range of colors. The 3 main colors are black, bay and red. The stallions of this breed have influenced many breeds and were often given to Heads of State and important people in foreign lands.

    7. Sorraia
    Sorraia is a very rare breed of horse, specific to the Iberian Peninsula, in the area surrounding the Sorraia River in Portugal. Hence the name. Previously the breed was simply known by the locals as “zebro” or “zebra”. This is because newborn foals, were born with hair that would lay in stripe-like patterns. This horse is known for its primitive features and they lived practically wild on a large estate until 1999. When outsiders discovered them in 1920, few could believe that a wild horse subspecies had survived in Europe for that long.
    This entire breed was isolated and unknown to science for such a long time that we don’t really know much about their past. What we’ve found out is that they share similar characteristics with Mustangs in the western part of the United States.
    This suggests that Spanish conquistadors took Iberian horses to the Americas during their trips abroad and one breed must have been the ancestor of the Sorraia. Today the breed is almost extinct, with less than 200 horses existing as of 2007. They are mainly found in Portugal, but also in Germany, where they are used for different things like herding bulls, dressage riding or light harness.

    6. German Forest Horse
    Also known as the Black Forest Draft Horse, this horse is a small but very tough draft breed with a high fertility rate and a long life span. Even though they are tough, this breed is almost extinct. They are about 600 years old, and for most of the time, this breed was used almost exclusively for forestry work because of their immense strength, patience and gentle temperament. They also have a dark chestnut coat with a flaxen mane and tail, their short head has small ears and large eyes, their chest is broad, and their legs are trim and strong with little feathering. The most common color for them is dark chestnut, but they can also be gray or bay.
    They began to decline during the 20th century when their jobs were taken by machines. Back in 1981 only 160 registered broodmares were reported! Since then the government stepped in to help protect the Black Forest horse breed and only the finest stock was used, so now they boast that those that remain are of the best quality.
    Today a major breeding center is located at Marbach, where only 16 from a total of 46 State Approved Stallions are located. The rest are scattered in different private breeding facilities.

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    This is my first written and directed short film, Horse, starring Andre Montano and Devan White!



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