A new documentary from Ron Davis
  Director of Harry and Snowman and Life in the Doghouse

Now Available to Stream & on DVD

From the director of Harry and Snowman and Life in the Doghouse, ParaGold follows the lives of four Paralympic equestrian hopefuls as they vie for a spot on the U.S. Paralympic Dressage team.

The film focuses on Roxy Trunnell, Rebecca Hart, David Botana and Sydney Collier on their quest to qualify for – and hopefully win – gold medals at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. Each of the four riders has severe physical disabilities, but determination and the bond with their horses propel them to greatness.

Para Dressage is the ultimate expression of horse training for athletes with a physical disability. Conducted under the same basic rules as Olympic-level Dressage, athletes are classified by the level of their disability, and must direct their horses to demonstrate precision, grace, and agility at the highest level. Para Dressage is the only equestrian discipline in the Paralympic Games, the second largest sporting event in the world after the Olympic Games.

The inspiring personal stories and unmatched tenacity of these athletes make ParaGold a riveting, intimate look inside one of the world’s great athletic stages.

Directed by Ron Davis
85 minutes | color | English | 2022
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