Synopsis: Just like every human, every horse has a story. There is a unique bond with all the history behind humans and horses, an unspoken connection between the two species. We will take a closer look into the day to day of two Arizona non-profit horse farms. The women who run the day-to-day operations of each farm have dedicated their life’s work to helping horses and humans live better lives. Each has a very different purpose; one preservation, another therapy.
Horses played an integral part in helping America develop as a new nation. Throughout this film, it became evident women have not been recognized in the same professional way as men in the past. One topic that was brought to our attention during the filming of this documentary is the fact that natural horsemanship started to emerge in the early 2000s around human-horse communication; it was becoming a multi-million-dollar industry and it was primarily based around men who were cowboy or angler men and there were not very many women involved. As this documentary has progressed it became important to highlight the women in this industry and their knowledge and their stories because it is not something we see often.
All proceeds from this film are going to both non-profits.