Carrie is a big-city teenager whose life is turned upside down when she moves to a horse ranch in Wyoming to live with her father. But everything changes when Carrie meets Flicka, a wild, ... See full summary »
When her father is put into jail, the spoiled teenager Dani loses everything. Forced to live with her uncle Sam on a farm without horses to ride and to train a sad Dani takes care of a young mule and learns what really counts.
The curiously named, Moondance Alexander is a spirited teen living with her eccentric mother. She is faced with another uneventful summer until she discovers a lost pinto pony named ... See full summary »
The story is about a 12 year old girl who loses her mother in an automobile accident. Her father struggles with the loss of his wife and trying to raise his young daughter who believes her ... See full summary »
The death of a teenager's father leaves her orphaned until she discovers the mother she never knew. When she travels to meet her, she befriends a horse trainer. Together they win races and form new bonds that lead her back to happiness.
Frank E. Johnson
When Toby and Flicka are hired at a stable, Kelly, the owner's teenage daughter, quickly bonds with the wild horse. Despite her mother's disapproval, she hopes to break Flicka for an upcoming competition. However with the competition fast approaching, a dishonest rival trainer, and a growing fear they may be forced to sell the stable, Toby must intervene to save the day. Written by
Was originally meant to be shot in Manitoba, but this was changed to Kelowna, British Columbia due to personal connections between the producers and the local film commissioner, the availability of a substantial crew and extra base, and lower production costs. See more »
When Flicka jumps out of the trailer she has a halter and lead on, she then runs into a paddock trots and rears without a halter and lead, the people catch her from the paddock and she has a halter and lead on again. See more »
I always loved the first Flicka and I wasn't a big fan of the second one. But seeing the commercials for this movie I wanted to buy it! Being an equestrian myself and a jumper I loved watching the eventing that they do in this movie! Flick has been a wonderful series and I really do recommend this series and this movie to everyone! Especially ones who know about riding and shows or to anyone who wishes to learn more!Even with the background and story plot it teaches you a lot about eventing and can give you a insight to what it looks like! Also some on what is expected when eventing with a wonderful story added in!From start to finish Flicka Country Pride is the best movie!
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