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Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018 12:14 am

Training horses for film and TV

 

Warm up on Friday, Jan. 26, with a hearty meal paired with a captivating presentation by Dr. Karl Luthin, a veterinarian who is experienced in training horses for film and television. Luthin has trained animals for Gods and Generals (2003), Glory (1989), Cold Mountain (2003), Gettysburg (1993), as well as HBO’s 2008 mini-series “John Adams” (2008) and TNT’s 2005 mini-series “Into the West.” Additionally, Dr. Luthin provided a significant amount of equipment as well as the horse ridden by Daniel Day Lewis for 2012’s Lincoln. The cost of the presentation and meal is $40. Reservations are due no later than Friday, Jan. 19, and can be completed online by visiting http://elkharthistoricalsociety.org or by calling 947-2238.


Elkhart Historical Society Dinner Lecture
Friday, Jan 26, 5:30pm
Wild Hare Cafe
104 Governor Oglesby St.
Elkhart
947-2100
$40

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