When an accident claims the life of her father and the use of her legs, 10-year-old Sunny Mathews withdraws from life. But when she and her mother move next door to a horse farm operated by former rodeo star Ben Taylor, things begin to change. Can a crippled, mean-spirited horse perform miracles? Based on a true story. Approx. 100 minutes.
This DVD is a heart warming story and gives hope to those who feel hopeless. There are people out there who know God's love and willing to pass that on. Definitely recommend the DVD, especially to the younger group
We showed this movie to the Kindergarten through 5th graders at our church, and most of the kids (& adults) enjoyed the movie. The older boys tended to watch just the rodeo scenes; the drama part moved too slowly for them. But the younger boys & all of the girls really liked it & it kept their attention throughout the movie. One 16 year old male helper thought it was "cheesy," which is his rating for most of the movies that are appropriate to show in church; but one 22 year old female leader stayed to see the end & said she liked it. The acting starts off a little "stiff," but gets better & is decent over-all. Great message about forgiveness, & a clean movie.