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How To Be A Horse

As Seabiscuit sloppily takes to the track for the first time; Smith proposes that they should let him run free to remember how to be a horse.

Themes: Instinct, Training, Joy, Potential, Talents, Freedom, Letting Go, Nature, Identity, Stifling, Performance, Brokenness


Sermon Outline

Main Idea: We Each Need To Rediscover What We Were Born To Do

Scene Setup: Charles Howard, wealthy American businessman, has remarried after losing his family to great tragedy. Taking up a new venture, he buys his first racehorse and hires his first trainer. On...

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Comments (2)

  • curtisana (over 6 years ago)

    how to put this clip in my keynote powerpoint presentation? thanks

  • erickbrookins (over 8 years ago)

    Great Clip. Going to use this to talk about Mark 1:35 where Jesus went to a quiet place to pray. We all need to get away sometimes to renew and refresh our spirits.

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"Seabiscuit" movie clips poster

A long shot becomes a legend.

When carmaker Charles Howard wants to get into horse racing, he ends up with a team of underdogs who are also chasing their own dream. His washed-up trainer Tom Smith has a natural instinct to spot the capabilities of horses; the horse Tom chooses, Seabiscuit, is small and runs with a slight limp; and his jockey Red is too big and too angry, but has an indomitable spirit. Despite all this, Charles sees something in the brokenness of all of them that he knows can lead to completeness and eventually greatness.

MPAA: Rated PG-13, for some sexual situations and violent sports-related images

Principal Cast: Tobey Maguire, Jeff Bridges, Chris Cooper, and William H. Macy

Director: Gary Ross

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