First, the write-up is not at all accurate:
"When one of America’s most promising young gymnasts, Samantha Wick, is cut from the Olympic team, she decides to follow her dreams of horseback riding by joining a girls horse camp. With financial troubles threatening to shut the camp down, Samantha uses her gymnastic prowess to start a horse-dancing team to raise money and save the camp." 1) Sam is not CHOSEN to be on the Olympic team and is devastated; she's not cut from the team; 2) her grandmother pays for her to spend a summer at the girls' horse camp; 3) Sam does NOT start a horse-dancing team (WHERE did they come up with that?!? She doesn't anything about horse dancing until she is coached by a junior counselor who helps Sam overcome her fear of horses!); 4) when her grandma passes away, there's a question if she'll even continue horse dancing.
Second, this is a very Christian slanted movie, and nothing in the write-up suggests that; I'm a Christian, so it doesn't bother me, but if someone who is a horse-lover watches this, thinking they're going to get a horse story, they will likely not be happy.
Third, the acting is not great--very wooden and amateurish.
Overall, the movie was a disappointment. I was expecting something inspiring. Not so much.