A Horse Story

DVD Release: March 1, 2016
A Horse Story


Monica learns that finding one’s path in life can be a challenging dilemma for humans as well as animals. Case in point: her pet horse Champion reveals that animals can talk too and, just like humans, horses must find their path in life.

Dove Review

Monica receives a colt from her father for her birthday, but she must keep up her grades in school and be responsible for Champion too. Having a horse takes hard work, as does keeping the promise to take care of him. Monica builds a great relationship with Champion, especially when he breaks horse tradition and talks to her.

Champion and Monica both discover what they want to be when they grow up. Champion decides, after trying many things, that he wants to be a show horse, and with his help Monica realizes she wants to become a veterinarian. Together they have fun as they learn about life and the things that are important.

This is a wonderful story about growing up, being responsible, hard work, friendship and teamwork. “A Horse Story” is a fun movie that all will enjoy. We are proud to award it the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12+ due to some mild language that puts it outside the Dove guidelines for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Married couple talk about young daughter starting to date; talk about couple's romance; couple snuggle on couch.
Language: H-1, said while making a movie; G/OMG/thank God-3; other uses of God, Jesus and Christ in minister's sermon.
Violence: Man making movie falls off roof; actors shoot during filming.
Drugs: Man smoking cigar.
Nudity: Mild cleavage; girls in shorts.
Other: Parent has a hard time with child growing up and dating; keeping promises.


Company: Archstone
Writer: John Rodgers
Director: John Rodgers
Producer: John Rodgers
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 100 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe