Slated for the EQUUS Film Fes­ti­val

Trail Rider - - HOT ON THE TRAIL -

The fea­ture film, Run­ning Wild, star­ring star­ring Sharon Stone, Tommy Flana­gan, Ja­son Lewis, and Do­rian Brown Pham, by ESX En­ter­tain­ment, will make its New York City de­but at the EQUUS Film Fes­ti­val, to be held at the Vil­lage East Cin­ema Novem­ber 1720, 2016. The film is about the plight of wild mus­tangs on the range.

Christina Moore is a sup­port­ing ac­tor in Run­ning Wild, as well as its co-pro­ducer and writer. She de­vel­oped the script with pro­ducer Ali Af­shar and writ­ing part­ner Brian Rud­nik. For­rest Lu­cas is the ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer; his com­pany, Lu­cas Oil/Pro­tect the Har­vest, pro­vided the film’s fi­nan­cial sup­port.

“[ Run­ning Wild] is a love story; it’s a story of re­demp­tion; it’s the magic of the re­la­tion­ship that hap­pens be­tween a hu­man and a horse,” Moore ex­plains. The an­nual EQUUS Film Fes­ti­val, founded in 2013 by Lisa Diersen, is the first event of its kind to of­fer a home to the sto­ry­tellers of the horse world, with films, doc­u­men­taries, videos, com­mer­cials, and shorts, as well as cul­tural el­e­ments of fine eques­trian art and lit­er­a­ture.

For more in­for­ma­tion, go to www.equ­us­film­fes­ti­val.net. — An­dra Con­stantin

Lum­ber River Camp­ground, Ever­green, N.C.

New Year’s Trail Ride, De­cem­ber 30, 2016-Jan­uary 1, 2017 The trails: Lum­ber River Camp­ground of­fers 60 acres of coun­try­side. The ad­ja­cent Lum­ber River State Park en­com­passes 2,500 acres of trails. The foot­ing is dirt and sand. Ride de­scrip­tion: Guided rides are of­fered Fri­day and Satur­day; each ride will be about three to four hours long. Buf­fet meals are pro­vided both days. There will be a disc jockey and barn dance both nights, fire­works on Satur­day, and cow­boy church on Sun­day. Your horse must have a cur­rent neg­a­tive Cog­gins test. In­sider tip: are on­site. Cost: $50 per per­son age 15 and up; $25 for ages 9 to 15; free for chil­dren 8 years old and younger. Con­tact: (910) 654-9985; http:// lum­ber­river­camp­ground.com. Stocked fish­ing ponds

PHOTO COUR­TESY OF LUM­BER RIVER STATE PARK Lum­ber River Camp­ground of­fers 60 acres of coun­try­side. The ad­ja­cent Lum­ber River State Park en­com­passes 2,500 acres of trails. The foot­ing is dirt and sand.

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