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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.

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 OurHorses sanctuaries around the world


Ashland, OR, USA

Director: Ren Hurst

30 acres

19 horses

2 donkeys

1 mule

3 pigs

Ren Hurst, Director

horses hontoto

Sharing space, hontoto style

OurHorses sanctuary

Rough and Ready, CA, USA

Director Stormy May

4 acres

3 horses

Stormy May

Stormy May, Director

Our friends in Rough and Ready

Hestenge HorseFriendShip

Vissenbjerg, Denmark

Director: Karina Bjerremann

9 horses

Karina Bjerremann

Karina Bjerremann, Director

A few of our horses at Hestenge HorseFriendShip

Centrum Reja

Radzie, Poland

Director: Berenika Bratny

under patronage of

      Academia Liberti

approximately 30 hectares

14 horses

Berenika Bratny

Berenika Bratny, Director

Playing after the rains at Centrum Reja.

Caballo Holistico

Barcelona, Spain

Director: Helene Elhorst

1 hectare

5 horses

Helene Elhorst, Director


Caballo Holistico, building relationships


Burlington, Wisconsin, USA

Director: Bonnie Erickson

26 acres

5 horses

Bonnie Erickson

Bonnie Erickson, Director

Westwind Stables

A beautiful moment at Westwind

Sacred Spirit

Mt. Shasta, CA, USA

Director: Cate Scott

approx. 2,000 acres

24 horses

7 donkeys

Cate Scott, Director

Cate Scott, Director

Cate with the donkeys of Sacred Spirit

Cate with the donkeys of Sacred Spirit



This wonderful film moved me to tears. It is unfortunate that the ever present pressure to be constantly digitally and remotely connected has for many dulled the connections we all have or are capable of forming with each other and with animals and nature. This documentary should be required viewing for all who live and work with horses. On the verge of buying my own first horse, I look forward to finding that connection and to simply being with her.

Moved to tears