The Path of the Horse documentary explores the future of horse-human relationships A horse trainer’s life takes an unexpected turn when she follows her dream to learn how to move to the next level of understanding horses. What she finds is simple, but is she willing to pay the price to take the path less traveled?
This inspirational documentary explores the future of horse-human relationships and ultimately all human relationships. As our culture evolves from domination over nature into a partnership, we see this change being reflected in the work that people are doing with horses. “This is a story of visionaries,” Stormy says, “of men and women who have made it their life's work to develop and reveal their innermost thoughts and feelings through achievement of a synergistic balance with the horse's own elegant naturalness.
Horses have a gift to share; teaching us how to develop community, leadership, trust, and love within our own families through a connection that goes beyond words.” The Path of the Horse takes an honest look at what we're doing with horses today and asks, "Is this the world we want to create?" The 60-minute film, now available on DVD, profiles six internationally-recognized innovators known for taking the horse’s physical, emotional and even spiritual well-being into consideration.
Interviews included in this adventurous, sensitively produced film, include Arizona-based teacher/author Linda Kohanov, German trainer/author Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling, Russian trainer Alexander Nevzorov, California-based trainer/author Carolyn Resnik, Colorado-based trainer/author Mark Rashid, and equine artist Kim McElroy.
The DVD is available for $29.95 on the website: www.stormymay.com