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

Still time to get the Path of the Horse DVD before Christmas (if you live in the USA)

The Path of the Horse movieThere’s still time to give the gift of the Path of the Horse DVD for Christmas (if you live in the USA…if you live anywhere else, give it about 2 weeks to get to your door).

Watch it, gift it, loan it to a friend, hold a film screening, donate it to your community library — think of the possibilities — what could you do with a Path of the Horse DVD?  All DVDs play in all regions, include special features, and subtitles in German, Polish, Spanish, Italian, French, Danish, and English.

Also check out our special when you order The Path of the Horse DVD and Horse as Teacher book together you also get a signed copy of Horse as Teacher: The Path to Authenticity with Horses.  This is the first book in a series bringing together the writings of people working on the forefront of the shift in consciousness with horses. Contributors include Stormy May, Anna Twinny, Kathy Pike, Lisa Dee, Susan Williams, Wendy Golding, Holli Lyons, Karen Head, Melisa Pearce and Mary Beth Meyers.

All orders contain a few other little gifts as well. 

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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
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