Who needs a trainer, actual riding skills or a suitable horse? Katie Passerotti explains that all you really need is determination and heart.
Peter Lengkeek of the Crow Creek Dakota Tribe can barely recall the story of his ancestors escaping annihilation on the backs of horses without breaking down. But theirs is not a sad story. It is triumphant.
We talk to first-time director Missy Palmer, whose just-released independent docu-comedy “D’artagnan Is the Champion” traces the roots of an Atlanta rescue horse from his early days in the inner city to his current life as a semi-successful show horse.
Pulling chariots of fire–or a girl on fire–was all in a day’s work for the Friesians of Catching Fire, which opens in theaters this week. (more…)
Even if you’re a bitter single person who prefers stall mucking to dating, this Valentine’s Day’s going to be good. (more…)
This “dark psychological drama” has been making its rounds at independent film festivals this year. Let’s have a look. (more…)
If you’re a fan of this HBO smash-hit series, you know that the show is overrun with horses. We decided to look into their story. (more…)