Against All Odds (AKA Bunny Movie)

Against All Odds (AKA Bunny Movie)

Whispering Oaks Arabians
Arabian Sport Horse Network
Against All Odds: the Heart of a Horse
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Bunny in his Sling
Bunny in his Sling
Bunny Watching Video
Russian Arabian Sporthorse Stallion
Sire TLA Halynov
Bunny Watches Sling Video
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The Initial Injury This   is   the   true   story   of   the   son   of   TLA   Halynov,   Scimitar   or   “Bunny,”   as   he   was   nicknamed,   due   to   his   biting   off part   of   his   lip   during   the   injury,   making   his   face   look   “bunny-like.”   He   was   running   in   pasture   one   night   and   ran into   a   branch,   driving   a   3   inch   stick   into   his   head,   narrowly   missing   his   brain.   He   was   down   for   4   months   and   a myriad   of   healing   techniques   were   used   to   prevent   pneumonia   and   infection.   For   the   full   heartwarming,   inspiring story,   go   to   this   Page   for   the   heart-wrenching   story,   as   told   by   Bette,   by   emails   to   and   from   Ridecamp,   the international email group.

Bunny is Attached to the Anderson Sling

With   the   help   of   Roberta   Lieberman   and   Linda   Tellingon-Jones   and   their   T-touch   techniques,   and much   advice   from   Ridecamp   followers,   Bunny   was   able   to   survive   the   4   months   of   being   down. Once   he   was   physically   able   to   be   upright,   the   difficult   process   of   getting   him   back   on   his   feet   was accomplished    with    the    use    of    the    Anderson    Sling,    which    was    generously    supplied    by    Alamo Pintado   hospital.   Many   modalities   were   used   to   facilitate   his   recovery   including   the   Alphasonic infrasound device, T-touch, Reikki, and medications for his decubitus ulcers, (pressure sores).  

Arduous Rehabilitation Begins

Bunny’s   journey   from   his   initial   injury   through   an   arduous   and   painful   rehabilitation   was   reported in   many   horse   magazines,   discussed   in   horse   chat   rooms,   and   followed   by   horse   enthusiasts around   the   globe.      Although   video   taken   of   him   was   originally   intended   only   for   family   and   vets, fans   of   Bunny   requested   that   the   story   of   this   horse’s   refusal   to   give   up   be   made   into   a   film.   Aired on   Dish   Network   and   DirecTV,   his   tale   of   courage   has   touched   and   inspired   many,   who   have challenges   of   their   own.   If   you   wish   to   have   a   copy   of   the   movie   made   from   impromptu   footage   of Bunny’s   journey,   see   below.   We   are   asking   a   donation   for   the   DVD   to   help   defray   the   cost   of making the DVD and mailing. Contact us for more information.
"Bunny is a two year old Arabian colt who suffered major injuries when he mistakenly galloped into a tree in his pasture, driving a three inch stick into his head. As a result of the head injury, he was unable to stand or walk after the accident.Filmed and narrated by his owner, Bette Lamore, this is the incredible two year-long saga of the spirit and heart of the young horse who refused to give up, and the love and dedication of a small handful of caring horse people on the central coast of California and posters on an international chat room.Featuring music by Michael McDonald, this is a inspiring story of faith, courage, and devotion to a very special horse with an amazing will to live. This is one incredible story!"  HorseTV Media Group  Here is what one network broadcast executive wrote:
An Excerpt from Against All Odds The Heart of a Horse
To purchase the DVD Against All Odds go to Thumbs Up Production
The original posts sent to and from Ridecamp can be read on this page.

Against All Odds (AKA Bunny Movie)

Documentary about our Horse
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Bunny in his Sling
Bunny in his Sling
Bunny Watching Video
Russian Arabian Sporthorse Stallion Bunny Watches Sling Video
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The Initial Injury This    is    the    true    story    of    the    son    of    TLA Halynov,    Scimitar    or    “Bunny,”    as    he    was nicknamed,   due   to   his   biting   off   part   of   his lip    during    the    injury,    making    his    face    look “bunny-like.”   He   was   running   in   pasture   one night   and   ran   into   a   branch,   driving   a   3   inch stick    into    his    head,    narrowly    missing    his brain.    He    was    down    for    4    months    and    a myriad   of   healing   techniques   were   used   to prevent    pneumonia    and    infection.    For    the full   heartwarming,   inspiring   story,   go   to   this Page   for   the   heart-wrenching   story,   as   told by   Bette,   by   emails   to   and   from   Ridecamp, the international email group.

Arduous Rehabilitation Begins

Bunny’s     journey     from     his     initial     injury through        an        arduous        and        painful rehabilitation   was   reported   in   many   horse magazines,   discussed   in   horse   chat   rooms, and   followed   by   horse   enthusiasts   around the   globe.      Although   video   taken   of   him   was originally   intended   only   for   family   and   vets, fans   of   Bunny   requested   that   the   story   of this   horse’s   refusal   to   give   up   be   made   into a   film.   Aired   on   Dish   Network   and   DirecTV, his   tale   of   courage   has   touched   and   inspired many,   who   have   challenges   of   their   own.   If you   wish   to   have   a   copy   of   the   movie   made from      impromptu      footage      of      Bunny’s journey,     see     below.     We     are     asking     a donation   for   the   DVD   to   help   defray   the   cost of   making   the   DVD   and   mailing.   Contact   us for more information.
"Bunny    is    a    two    year    old    Arabian    colt    who    suffered major   injuries   when   he   mistakenly   galloped   into   a   tree in   his   pasture,   driving   a   three   inch   stick   into   his   head.   As a   result   of   the   head   injury,   he   was   unable   to   stand   or walk    after    the    accident.Filmed    and    narrated    by    his owner,    Bette    Lamore,    this    is    the    incredible    two    year- long   saga   of   the   spirit   and   heart   of   the   young   horse who   refused   to   give   up,   and   the   love   and   dedication   of a   small   handful   of   caring   horse   people   on   the   central coast   of   California   and   posters   on   an   international   chat room.   Featuring   music   by   Michael   McDonald,   this   is   a inspiring   story   of   faith,   courage,   and   devotion   to   a   very special   horse   with   an   amazing   will   to   live.   This   is   one incredible story!"  HorseTV Media Group

Here is what one network broadcast executive wrote:

An Excerpt from Against All Odds The Heart of a Horse
Whispering Oaks Arabians
Arabian Sport Horse Network
To purchase the DVD Against All Odds go to Thumbs Up Production