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The wild horse redemption [videorecording (DVD)] / A Point Grey Pictures Production ; directed by John Zaritsky ; produced by Terence McKeown ; edited by Tanya Maryniak.


Public Safety Canada Library



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HV 9305 .C6 W45 2007d




1 videodisc (91 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. (DVD).


Produced in association with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and the National Film Board of Canada.
Based on the story "90 day horses" by David Cruise and Alison Griffiths.


At a prison in the high desert foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, hardened criminals are taught the training methods of 'horse whisperers' and given 90 days to tame wild mustangs taken from the herd that roams government lands. Failure means one more defeat for the inmate; success could save both lives. Most of the inmates who volunteer for this unique rehabilitation program have never ridden a horse before, let alone trained a wild one. This film follows the men and mustangs of the Wild Horse Inmate Program through one training cycle. Experienced inmate trainers guide greenhorn trainees while they attempt to gentle and saddle-train wile horses fresh from the range. Can two wild creatures tame each other?



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