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Benjamin Flores Jr.
Let me start by saying this show is addicting! It's charming and quirky and always leaves me wondering what happens next. I grew up watching The Saddle Club, and Ride is far better! The actors and their stunt doubles look confident on horse back and ride with grace, something an equestrian like myself really appreciates. I HOPE this show will renew for another season! Now, some critiques. Can we talk about how ignorant the main character (Kit)is? She constantly defies authority, outright refuses to grow and learn as a rider unless she rides the horse she wants to ride, and is so cheesy/outgoing more so than normal it makes me cringe whenever she isn't having a serious conversation. I can only hope that eventually, should another season be produced, she gets some character development and growth (and maturity). Aside from Kit, all of the other characters are super lovable and relatable! An issue I've noticed is their consistency. Elaine's horse is shown to be a sport/warm blood breed when standing, however it's "stunt double" horse is a draft. They didn't even bother shaving off the drafts feathers and thick coat to make it look more realistic! I love the lightheartedness of the show, but I'd also love to see the characters have more realistic/mature moments. I get that it's marketed to kids, but us equestrians don't get many good horse shows. If the writers made the show even just a small bit more mature I would weep with joy! love love love RIDE
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