The Saddle Club :Horse of a different color, an Allumination Filmworks release Crawfords Australia & Protocol Entertainment, Inc. present an Australian/Canadian co-production ; producer, Lynn Bayonas
The work The Saddle Club :Horse of a different color, an Allumination Filmworks release Crawfords Australia & Protocol Entertainment, Inc. present an Australian/Canadian co-production ; producer, Lynn Bayonas represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Portland Public Library.

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  • The Saddle Club :Horse of a different color, an Allumination Filmworks release Crawfords Australia & Protocol Entertainment, Inc. present an Australian/Canadian co-production ; producer, Lynn Bayonas
Main title
  • The Saddle Club :Horse of a different color
Responsibility statement
  • an Allumination Filmworks release Crawfords Australia & Protocol Entertainment, Inc. present an Australian/Canadian co-production ; producer, Lynn Bayonas
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Transported from France, a valuable show horse arrives at Pine Hollow, the mysterious owner to arrive later. When the champion horse escapes, Carole, Stevie, and Lisa take it upon themselves to help find him. The girls do find Hugo, the horse, unveil their surprise birthday party for Carole, and learn that the horse's owner is none other than French dressage champion Dorothée Doutey. Six months ago she fell in competition breaking her pelvis, but more importantly, breaking her self-confidence. Dorothée becomes the riding instructor at Pine Hollow and the lessons she learns from the Saddle Club girls heal her emotional wounds
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • Not rated
Medium
  • videorecording
OCLC Number
  • 154339835
Runtime
  • 70
Series statement
  • Saddle Club Allumination FilmWorks
Target audience
  • general
Technique
  • live action
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