The Long Shot

DVD Release: February 7, 2006
The Long Shot


Abandoned by her husband, neglected by her mother, and doubted by her daughter, a young woman must take advantage of life’s second chances to prove herself to all of them… Equestrian and single mother, Annie Garrett finds a new life on a Colorado horse farm as a groomer and trainer. Haunted by the death of her sister, once a budding rider as well, Annie hopes to make amends with the past and make her dreams come true by entering a riding contest – until tragedy befalls her beloved horse. The LONG SHOT is an adventure of the heart fror the entire family, proving that miracles can happen if you have the courage to make them come true.

Dove Review

A family-Annie, John and Taylor, move to California to start a new job at a farm. John ends up not getting the job and leaves his wife and daughter. Annie is left with nothing-no place to stay, job, or money. She winds up at a stable and meets Marylou, a well known horse trainer. She gives her a job at the farm and helps her out in several ways.

This is a great family film. It teaches love, and the willingness to give and to help someone out. Annie never gives up and she does everything for her daughter to make her happy. In the end all her hard work pays off.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: O/G-3; D-1.
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Gaiam/Vivendi
Producer: Larry Levinson
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 94 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Hannah Randolph