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Every Second Counts (2008)

PG | | Drama | TV Movie 15 June 2008
A 17-year old equestrian faces the biggest decision of her life - whether to pursue her father's dream of becoming a professional, or her aspirations to go to college and lead a normal life.

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Joe Preston
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Helen Preston
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Brooke Preston
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Dutch
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Rick
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Ken
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Mrs. Alcott
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Mr. Coleman
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Frank
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Vet
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Waitress
Roman Podhora ...
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Dutch's Grandaughter
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A 17-year old equestrian faces the biggest decision of her life - whether to pursue her father's dream of becoming a professional, or her aspirations to go to college and lead a normal life.

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A family in for the ride of their lives.

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Rated PG for some mild thematic elements and language
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Riding Lessons Anyone? How about learning to ride an actual Cutting Horse.
20 June 2009 | by (Jamul, California) – See all my reviews

Kind of a Fluff piece. Having ridden all of my life, and having my Grandfather teach me, even to include corrective Shoeing of a horse, the opening of the movie kind of insults my intelligence. Here is a woman supposedly a top penning rider, and she does not have a clue about how to ride a cutting horse. She holds the reins separately in each hand and reins as if she were reining a plow horse. All riders, even novices know that you hold the reins together and lay them against the side of the horses neck to rein the horse in the direction you wish to go. Also the type of horse that would be doing this type of work, is a cutting horse, and is directed more with leg and knee pressure. A good cutting horse, you can drop the reins on their neck, and work with leg pressure only to direct them, and never touch the reins. Maybe next time they will get a rider who actually knows how to ride a horse. As far as the rest of the movie. About the same. Milk Toast plot, Father has visions of one life for Daughter and Daughter has her own visions. What can I say. Another movie filmed in Canada with a Canadian view on our lives. They do not have a clue about life in the real world.


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