Synopsis by Jack Rodgers
In 1956, a Dutch immigrant named Harry deLeyer rescues an Amish plow horse called Snowman from being slaughtered at a glue factory. This documentary recalls the incredible bond between the two, as they become champions of show jumping and famous figures in 1950s and '60s American culture. Directed by Ron Davis.
Dutch [nationality], horse, horseback-riding, horse-racing, jumping, rescue