The horses were every bit as good as claimed. The story was simple, but managed to keep the audience involved right to the end. Involvement increased to active participation, when some of the young girls in the audience were heard shouting “Don’t shoot the horse” at the climactic ending!
On the surface, the story of a boy and his horse, this is actually a story about the stupidity of war and the waste it causes.
A great cast, mostly unknown to me, with the exception of Brad Rudy and Patrick Galligan.
Overall, a fine evening at the theatre.