A FEATURE DOCUMENTARY FILM
In 2012 I was introduced to a man who adopted a wild BLM mustang and introduced the wild horse to at risk youth. I sat with him for a day talking about why he was doing the work with the horses and youth. He explained to me that a lot of our youth need help with their behavior and the way to reach them was through the horse. The more he talked about the BLM mustangs, I soon knew that this was a larger issue than just adopting wild mustangs; why do we have over 50,000 wild mustangs in short and long term holding facilities, so I set out to explore this issue through the medium of digital film in the form of a documentary.