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Félix Enríquez Alcalá
Mary Ellen Trainor
Katie once left her parent's horse ranch behind her. Now, when her father is sick Katie has to return to the farm. She meets Cass, now a grown man whom she had a crush on as a kid.Written by
Everything about this movie's plot line is implausible and I actually stumbled upon it one Sunday afternoon while flipping through my Programming Guide.
The performances are uninspired and key details are absolutely inaccurate. Tell me how someone can just become a Jockey overnight pretty to win the Kentucky Derby with a Claimer? The best part of the Film was the Closing Credits and the fact they got Dan Loiselle of Woodbine to actually call a race, in addition to Jim McKay to be a TV commentator.
There is absolutely nothing about the Horse's struggle to become a Kentucky Derby Winner, instead the Writer opts to make this a tacky Love Story with absolutely no heart.
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