A trip to help out an old friend at a fishing camp doesn't go as planned, and a series of unexpected events elevate it into a life-changing weekend for the entire family. Amy and Ty wind up going to ...
In an attempt to avoid hitting a wolf, Ty is badly injured when he crashes his bike on a remote road leaving Jack to search for help in the middle of nowhere. Meanwhile, back at Heartland, an anxious...
Hollywood has lost their ability to make quality shows like this.
Hollywood has gone so high-tech and their salaries are so exorbitant that they cannot make shows like this. The United States has beautiful scenery just like Canada, in fact here in Tennessee on the Cumberland plateau we have vistas very similar except the mountain peaks are not as sharp. If I ever won the lottery I would love to produce a show like this in Tennessee in a rural area or even maybe Kentucky. The film crews would not have to worry with as much snow so that part would be a little bit easier.
Amber Marshall is one of those magical finds for a leading role. Amber plays Amy exceedingly well because she is in real life a horse owner, rider, trainer and animal lover in real life. Anyone that does not like this show would not like me, because I grew up around horses long ago. Now the area where I am at has few stables and my parents are gone and I am disabled so this brings back many fond memories. Kind of sad when I look back I keep hoping my health would improve and allow me to go and purchase another horse for my farm, I may not be able to ride it but I could still train it to pull a cart and do tricks.
Another thing the ASPCA in the United States has got out of control as to where they have ruined many of horse farms. They have created such a glut that horse desertion in Tennessee was at an all-time high 10 years ago.
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