Saturday, May 18, 2013

Spirit of a Nation: The Past, Present, and Future of Horses

Horses have pulled our wagons. They pulled our plows. They carried our soldiers as they defended our borders. They carried us across the country and helped build our nation. They represented wealth and poverty. They have been bred for strength, speed, and stamina. Their bloodlines have created international stars and have been a source of national pride. They have been healers and family pets. They have been a source of an enjoyment in film and television. They have created cultural ions and sub-cultures, which have spanned generations. They are a national treasure, whose spirit represents our nation's indomitable spirit and ability to overcome adversity.

By honoring the past, present, and future of horses, it will cross genres and combine the best elements of talk shows and documentaries. From celebrities to wildlife advocates, Spirit of a Nation will show the joys, challenges, and sometimes the heartache of loving horses, while showcasing individuals, organizations and businesses that cater to horse lovers.

Much like Mutual Omaha's Wild Kingdom, Spirit of a Nation combines the concepts a talk show with that of a documentary. It will utilize both interviews and on scene location events to give the viewers an insiders view of the horse world. More than a travelogue, it will contain segments on current and frequently controversial topics, veterinarian care, and horse related events across the country, while honoring individuals and organizations in the horse world. Spirit of a Nation combines the spontaneity of a talk show with the informational aspects of a documentary.
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