Over the centuries, horses have captured hearts and minds of the Irish people. Nurtured by the mild climate and rich grasses, the horses of Ireland have always flourished. From magnificent wild stallions to sturdy work ponies and the elegant racing thoroughbredsIreland's horses are an enduring part of the country's history, work, and play. A romantic portrait of man and animal for viewers to treasure.
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Comments about Ballad of the Irish Horse DVD Exclusive:
As a Connemara breeder and Pony Club instructor i have found this video is the perfect one to show to adults and young people who love horses and are interested in history. It is beautifully photographed and shows what makes the Irish people so charming as well as enduring. It is timeless and still as entertaining as when first produced!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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