If you’re like us, then this quarantine has got you cooped up in the house a lot more than normal.

Luckily, over the past few weeks, Horse.TV has added a ton of new movies, TV shows, and horse training videos to keep you entertained and educated!

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We went through our entire catalog and narrowed down our top 10 picks…

1. Christmas for a Dollar

During the Great Depression, the Kamp family struggles to get by after Mrs. Kamp passes away. The children expect another Christmas without presents until their father brings home one dollar for them to spend on gifts. Click here to watch on Horse.TV

2. Fire on the Hill

On the edge of Compton, California – a place notorious for gang violence – a hidden band of inner-city cowboys has persevered since the 1800’s. FIRE ON THE HILL is the story of the Black Cowboys of Compton and South Central LA, and their fight to preserve their culture by resurrecting an inner city horse stable that was mysteriously burnt to the ground. Click here to watch on Horse.TV

3. The Gathering

“The Gathering” is a full length documentary featuring over 40 living legends and masters of vaquero horsemanship from nine western states and their 60 beautiful horses. These legends, such as Buck Brannaman, Martin Black, Richard Caldwell, Jay Harney, James Shoshone, Justin Fields and many others, came together in an unprecedented gathering in the private sanctuary of a unique Cuyama, California ranch. Premiering at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, “The Gathering” has been described as a “once-in-a-lifetime historical film production” and is an artistic tribute to those who live, work and preserve the Californio, vaquero and buckaroo ways of the American West. Click here to watch on Horse.TV

4. True Appaloosa

Taking to the saddle for the first time in 12 years, this 69-year-old woman will brave below-zero temperatures and hungry wolves of Kyrgyz mountain ranges in order to settle the wrangling question of the Appaloosas’ origin and prove other American horse breeders wrong. “For 40 years I’ve claimed they came from Asia, and for 40 years they’ve laughed at me“, she says. Not anymore. Click here to watch on Horse.TV

5. Wild Pottoka Horses

How do horses live in the wild? The Pottokas are one of the most ancient horse breeds in the world and are in danger of extinction. A group of them lives in an isolated environment in Spain. The equine ethologist Lucy Rees unveils the secrets of how these horses relate, evolve and learn from each other and the dangers they are confronted with. Click here to watch on Horse.TV

6. Helping Hooves

Sometimes in life, you need a helping hand—or hoof—and when it comes to people with special physical, mental, or emotional needs, these tiny horses are ready to step up to a very big task. Dogs aren’t the only animals who can assist humans in need. Due to their small size, calm demeanor, high trainability, and emotional cognizance, miniature horses can also be excellent support animals. These tiny equines go through a long process of specialized training, often starting as foals, including house training, navigating through buildings with stairs, tight spaces, and other obstacles, and learning the objectives for their designated task—whether it be guiding the visually impaired, helping people with disabilities complete daily tasks, or providing comfort and emotional support to those dealing with trauma or mental illness. This series will take an in-depth look at the extensive training and registration process involved in becoming an assistance or support animal, as well as the different categories of service animal and who they help and how. Click here to watch on Horse.TV

7. Horse Boss

Horse.TV introduces the Rhodenizer’s, a Florida family whose online horse training business boomed into a multi-million dollar company in under two years. Running a business is hard enough, but when the entire family is involved, it’s on a totally different level. Especially if everyone thinks THEY’RE the boss! Each episode brings a new set of challenges as the family dynamic is constantly changing. Click here to watch on Horse.TV

8. The Horse Guru

Follow Michael Gascon, one of the world’s top gaited horse trainers as he travels the world fixing horse problems and changing lives. Click here to watch on Horse.TV

9. Problem Solving with Carson James

Learn how to naturally solve the most common horse problems and discover the keys to helping your horse understand what you’re asking him to do. Click here to watch on Horse.TV

10. Steps of Faith

Steps of Faith, is a light-heart dramedy about Faith Houston an accountant, who is directed by God to move to a small town to work on a Hippo-therapy farm helping children. Faith is mocked by her family since she doesn’t have a rapport with children or animals and is not a devout Christian. Faith decides to follow her heart and move after she encounters several challenges. She finds herself at the farm in the horse stalls shoveling manure. Faith cracks under pressure and leaves after a child is almost injured questioning whether she heard God’s voice or not. Click here to watch on Horse.TV

Carson James
Carson James

Carson James' background is in Vaquero Horsemanship. For the majority of his career, he worked on cattle ranches where he rode horses all day, every day. He was often in situations where he either had to figure out how to help the horse understand, or it could easily turn into a life or death situation. Carson now travels the country putting on training clinics teaching people the fundamentals of Horsemanship. He has a unique way of breaking things down where they're easy to understand, both for the horse and the human.