Back to the commercial: Hoof Blog readers will notice immediately that the horse is lame, which may 1) spur your interest in seeing the film, or 2) make you wonder how a horse trainer gets a sound horse to limp on command.
Click on the arrows at the lower right to watch the clip in full-screen mode. It's worth it.
Until then, as they say in the film: be brave!
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