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The Path of the Horse eBook on Kindle takes the reader beyond the Path of the Horse documentary, following Stormy May's path in the years following the release of the movie. Originally released in 2012 and updated in 2016.

Email us to get a free 2012 audiobook with purchase of the Kindle edition!

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All proceeds are used to support OurHorses sanctuaries, educational programs and service projects.

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Interested in trying out a new career?

Take advantage of an opportunity to explore alongside Stormy May in the theater of life.  Spend focused time creating and living in the new world with the support of friends.  Re-examine old concepts and raise your own consciousness while cultivating awareness and being an example of joyful heart-based connection with horses and all life.

Each internship is created to fit with your own dreams including opportunities to learn and work on real-world projects involving:

Video filming and editing
Fine art
Website design
Event coordination
Equine body work
Equine management
Equine cognition, social structure and herd dynamics
Sanctuary management
Service projects
Stormy can also help you develop and maintain a professional network

Jump start your new life as a conscious creator.

This opportunity is for people who are ready to grow and not let anything stand in the way.  There is a fee to participate and a minimum 6 month commitment.  Internships are based in Rough and Ready, California, USA.  Email to discuss if this internship is right for you.

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Rough and Ready, CA 95975

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Hi!  I just watched the documentary on YouTube. I had been planning on attending Meredith Manor, an equestrian college in West Virginia, once I graduate high school, but your documentary changed my life and made me realize what cruelty we are bringing our horses for the sake of controlling them, and how little most people understand them.

Megan Babcock