Wild and domestic horses have helped humans for centuries.
Today they need our help. “Instead of disposing of these animals let’s bring them back into our communities and really value how important they are”. ~ Karen Hardy
Director Biography – Neta Rhyne
Neta Rhyne is an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation, direct descendent of the ‘Trail Of Tears’, award-winning writer, director, producer. Through her Cherokee heritage, Neta holds a strong spiritual bond with horses and has a deep-rooted connection to Mother Earth. With a focus on important environmental issues and the many hardships wild and domestic horses face today, Neta’s award-winning films have garnered the attention of audiences worldwide.
Today Neta continues to be a tireless advocate for the wild and domestic horses and stays active in her mission to help protect and save a series of 11,000-year-old artesian springs located in the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas now in danger of disappearing possibly forever!