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Virginia's Run (2002)

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A teenage girl, trying to come to grips with the death of her mother in a horse-riding accident, nurtures the foal of her mother's horse.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jessie Eastwood
Virginia Lofton
Darrow Raines
Caroline Lofton
Robert Miranda ...
Blake Raines (as Robert Guy Miranda)
Huntington Crane
Jocelyn Cunningham ...
Adrien Labrecque ...
Thomas Gibson ...
Andrew Thomson ...
Lee Phillips ...
Wrangler Lee
Jessica Christie ...


Canadian lobster fisher Ford Lofton's wife Deborah dies from a fall riding neighbor Blake Raines's horse Twister. Ford's eldest daughter Caroline cares nothing for horses but dates Blake's hot-tempered son and jockey Darrow. Younger sister Virginia is obsessed with horses, especially Twister's foal Stormy. Seeing how Stormy's sale affects Virginia, Foird first arranges for her to become the new owners's stable-hand, later buys it himself. Caroline breaks up with Darrow, Virginia becomes his bitter race competitor. Written by KGF Vissers

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Two sisters. One remarkable adventure that will bring them together.


Drama | Family

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Rated PG for reckless behavior and language | See all certifications »

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18 October 2002 (Canada)  »

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When Virginia falls off her horse, you can clearly see the boots of someone riding Stormy back to her. See more »

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Definitely A Human Story
10 March 2009 | by (Elm Mott) – See all my reviews

Definitely NOT meant to be accurate or an actually detailed horse documentary, it is a story made by film makers about a girl and a horse, not a film made by horse experts. An expect on call would of been nice, but I like how an effective film about people was made to the point that I didn't care.

I wouldn't know a quarter from a stallion or whatever, and the closest animal I have been close to is my cat, but I love that others love animals and actually do stuff in real life with them, like competitions and shows. And that they have a capacity to LOVE them and be loved in turn.

It makes us as humans so much more, more dimensional and more conscious that we share this planet with OTHERS, and how we act toward them reflects on us.

The movie goes for all the heart string clichés. And don't think for a moment that is a bad thing. I LOVE heart tuggers and the more one can put in a drama, the BETTER. And what better than a hurting young family that struggles and copes with devastating loss and still manages to live and love... and learn from each other.

I love National Velvet as well and the spunky and spirited young actresses reminded me of each other. I also love the siblings (many in National Velvet, the older sister in Virgina's Run) as growing up I know that they may mess you and compete with you but will be there for you if the chips are down.

I just know this one is a keeper.

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