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A special treat for all Habitat for Horses friends 

Ellie Phipps Price is the producer of “American Mustang,” a documentary on wild horses that was screened at the Denver Film Festival. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post)

The good people who made the 3D movie American Mustang have chosen to give away free tickets to Habitat for Horses for their Houston premiere! All that we ask is that you do us one favor. Just one. Give just one dollar by casting a vote in the Habitat for Horses 2014 Spring Photo Contest or Enter your favorite photo of your favorite horse pal…and spread the word. Well ok …that makes TWO favors maybe three. In return we are offering you FREE tickets to this wonderful movie. We recently did a post about American Mustang …in case you did not read that here is synopsis:

Ellie Phipps Price is the producer of “American Mustang,” a documentary on wild horses that was screened at the Denver Film Festival. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post)

Ellie Phipps Price is the producer of “American Mustang,” a documentary on wild horses that was screened at the Denver Film Festival. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post)

ABOUT THE MOVIE: American Mustang is the story of a girl, a cowboy, and a wild horse. It was an official film festival selection at Napa Valley and San Luis Obispo and was rated a #1 Best Bet at the Starz Denver Film Festival. The Denver Post called it “a powerful, yet family-friendly docu-narrative.” Filmed across the American West in stereoscopic 3D and narrated by Daryl Hannah, it’s the first film of its kind about one of our greatest national treasures, America’s wild horses.

OK now for how to cast your vote – go to http://www.gogophotocontest.com/habitatforhorses and follow the instructions there. We are trusting that you will do this.

To get your tickets just go to inviteforfilm.com and use group code: HABITAT. Request complimentary tickets for any show Fri-Sun, Mar 7-9 at the Edwards Houston Marq’E Stadium 23 cinemas (7600 Katy Freeway). It’s easy and free, while supplies last. Be sure to spread the word about this wonderful film as well.


Habitat for Horses recently lost 100 acres of grazing land needed to feed our rescued horses! Your help is desperately needed! Without this land we can not rescue other abused and neglected horses. Please donate today. Find out more by clicking here.