Beer for My Horses (film)

Infobox Film
name = Beer for My Horses

image_size =
caption = Theatrical release poster
director = Michael Salomon
producer = Toby Keith
Donald Zuckerman
writer = Rodney Carrington
Toby Keith
narrator =
starring = Toby Keith
Rodney Carrington
Willie Nelson
Ted Nugent
Brit Morgan
Greg Serano
music = Jeff Cardoni
cinematography = Paul Elliott
editing = Paul Trejo
distributor = Roadside Attractions
released = August 8, 2008
runtime =
country = United States
language = English
budget =
gross =
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website =
amg_id =
imdb_id = 1178640

"Beer for My Horses" is an American feature film. The film stars country music entertainer Toby Keith and is based on his song by the same name. The film was co-written by Keith and Rodney Carrington (who also stars in the film) and directed by Michael Salomon.

Several actors in the film who are better known for their music include Ted Nugent, Willie Nelson and David Allan Coe.

The film was shot in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States and was released on August 8, 2008.


Two buddies, Rack (Keith) and Lonnie (Carrington), have quietly been pursuing justice as deputies in a small Southern town. But when Rack’s girlfriend Annie (Forlani) is kidnapped by a particularly nasty drug lord as revenge for the arrest of his brother, Tito, the duo decide to defy their boss, Sheriff Landry, and chase them down by any means necessary. Rounding up the town’s most off-beat lawman--Skunk Tarver, a defiantly silent man who chooses to use a bow n’ arrow instead of a gun--they take off on a mission.


Toby Keith as Bill "Rack" Racklin

Rodney Carrington as Lonnie Freeman

Ted Nugent as Skunk Tarver

Barry Corbin as Buck Baker

Greg Serano as Tito Garza

Claire Forlani as Annie

Tom Skerritt as Sheriff Wilson Landry

Willie Nelson as Charlie

Chris Browning as Deputy Stippens


External links

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