Native American Horseback Riders Needed for Major Film Western Style Riders & Team Drivers Needed Multiple Days A major motion picture, soon to film in Oklahoma, is looking for Native American skilled horseback riders to appear for multiple days in the project. These persons, male or female, aged 18-70, must be skilled horse people. They must be able to ride Western style and should be available for multiple days throughout filming, from May to September in northeastern Oklahoma. Ideally these persons live within 50 miles of the Bartlesville or Pawhuska, Oklahoma area, or must be willing to travel to the location at their own expense. Travel and housing is not provided. Acting experience is not necessary. The film is also looking for Native Americans skilled at driving a horse team. If you or someone you know is skilled in that area, please indicate so on the submission. Those applying will not be asked to provide their own horse. The horse wrangler assigned to the film will provide all horses to be used in the film. There is pay for these positions, varied by experience. We are committed to diverse, inclusive casting. For every role, please submit performers without regard to disability, race, age, color, national origin, sexual orientation or gender identity, or any other basis prohibited by law, unless otherwise specifically indicated.