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RETURN OF THE HORSE

What to know: Chronicles the North American horse as it became one of the most significant animals in human history -- the virtual engine of civilization: moving material, plowing fields and propelling large armies to victory.
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Recommended age 8-18
61 minutes
DVD
SPANISH MUSTANG FOUNDATION
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"It was very interesting." "I learned a lot." He was glued to the screen. Although it was violent, my son commented that there are things in history that are violent and showing horses being killed was appropriate to the story. Though a bit long, he seems to be interested. This made kids want to learn more about wild animals and wild horses. "My favorite part was learning about the history and name Genu Equus. I didn't know they had another name and it's cool that they were here five million years ago. I didn't know that."
Return of the Horse is an interesting documentary that both children and adults will enjoy watching together. It shows the real history of the Horse, specifically the wild horse. It is quite educational and you are guaranteed to learn something new about this amazing animal. This film pleads the cause of the wild horse, or Mustang. It tells how it is revered by the Indians and has shared in their suffering and displacement. This film may give you a different view of the worth of the wild horse.
Chronicles the North American horse as it became one of the most significant animals in human history -- the virtual engine of civilization: moving material, plowing fields and propelling large armies to victory. The horse returned home to America with Spanish explorers, quickly re-adapting to its native habitat and developing into a distinct breed commonly known as the Mustang.
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