Here you can see a nice montage of the movie....
Did you recall that the movie was actually based on the real life story of Sonora Webster Carver.
(picture of Sonora)
She was a "New Jersey woman who made history in 1924 when she became the first woman to ride the diving horses at Steel Pier in Atlantic City, who became blind after a diving accident but continued high-diving horses for many years, and whose story was told in the 1991 movie "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken", died Sept. 21 in Pleasantville, NJ at age 99." While she was unable to watch the movie (released in 1991) she was able to listen to it!
Sonora actually has an autobiography called, "A Girl and Five Brave Horses."
Below are some photos I found of the high diving horse act that the Carver's put on at Steel Pier. I also found some footage of an actual dive.
And you thought training a horse to load in a trailer was difficult!!