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Equine Therapy: A Few Good Movies


For most people, equine therapy is pretty fascinating to watch. However, without a visual account of just what happens between a horse and a human, the general public is at a loss when it comes to understanding just how our beloved equine friends can really help people better understand themselves.

Sometimes words just don’t describe the magic between people and horses. Judging by the success of movies such as “Seabiscuit,” people are truly amazed by horses, and all the while, profoundly affected by this admiration. So, in honoring the way in which an observable accounting of equine therapy can reveal more fully what it is, I have compiled a list of great equine-therapy related movies.

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Equine Therapy: A Few Good Movies

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  1. Claire, I enjoyed your article, thank you. We recently released a feature-length documentary “The Caravan Film” which follows a group of riders, drivers and horses across America. There are several sequences where some of the participants reach out to people living with disabilities which may be of interest to you and your readers. The film has won numerous awards included Best of Festival in NYC at Equus Film Festival. Thank you for your time.
    Doug Munro
    The Caravan Film
    http://www.thecaravanfilm.ca

 

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