A woman tries to be successful in the male-dominated horse racing business. Intrigue, greed, power games and love trying to put stones in her way.

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Cast

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Maude Sage Breen
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Lowell Shipleigh
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Verna Howland
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John Paul Jones
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Dancy Cutler
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Alice Gibbs
Judith-Marie Bergan ...
Irene Shipleigh
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Michael Fitzgerald
Arthur Rosenberg ...
Murray Steiner
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Merlin Honeycutt
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Brock Walters
Will Cascio ...
Whitey Dahl
Charles David Cooper ...
Wilson
Othello Pumphry ...
Bulldog Lewis
Thomas Caldwell ...
Auctioneer (as Thomas Milton Caldwell)
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Storyline

Maud Sage has a secret wish when she returns to the place of her childhood. Her dream is to breed thoroughbreds of world class but it does not go so easily fulfilled. The snobbish society of bluegrass and her unscrupulous neighbor Lowell Shipleigh spares no meanness in order to destroy her. Against the vicious intrigues only the useful farm managers Dancy Cutler stands beside her, whose love she misconceived first. The revenge is bitterly when she falls for the persuasiveness of the equally rich as mysterious Irishman Michael Fitzgerald.

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28 February 1988 (USA)  »

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Die Ranch der Pferde  »

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Cameo: Producer Arthur Fellows is seen in two shots as the horses head though a tunnel on the way to the track for the Derby. He's the balding man with glasses holding a program on the right of both the long shot and medium shots in that scene. See more »

Soundtracks

Whiskey Before Breakfast
Traditional (P.D.)
Performed by The Raggedy Robin String Band (Carmel Bowman, Mike Norris, Conrad Shiba, Eleanor Wilson, Cari Norris)
in party scene
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Excellent movie. One I could watch everyday.
11 February 2002 | by (Freedom, CA) – See all my reviews

The movie Bluegrass was just excellent. I would love to own the movie Bluegrass but can't find it anywhere. I have checked everywhere to no avail. If anyone has a clue please email me. Thank you. I have even e mailed Cheryl Ladd's web site and asked for any help in finding this movie!


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