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"Horseland" is an animated American television series. The show revolves around a working horse ranch, the horses that live there and the girls and boys who care for and ride them. "Horseland" features fast-paced plots and artwork that uses lots of soft colors. Lots of facts about the care and feeding of horses are regularly provided in each episode. On the "Horseland" TV program there are several animated human characters as well as an assortment of animated horses most of whom can speak. Some of the central animated human characters in "Horseland" are young girls. Among them are Alma, Chloe, Zoey and Sarah.

Each of the girls has her own horse and the horses' temperaments are often quite similar to those of their owners'. Alma's horse is named Button, Chloe's horse is called Chili, the name of Zoey's horse is Pepper and Sarah's horse is named Scarlet.

Two of the pivotal animated male characters on "Horseland" are Bailey who is the young son of Horseland's owners and his slightly older cousin Will who often helps the other children with their horses. A Collie dog and an Angora cat are also featured in many episodes.

On each episode of "Horseland" the children and horses encounter various challenges and problems. By using teamwork and doing the right thing the children and animals usually overcome the obstacles. This animated program often shows good and bad behaviors and tries to promote good behavior.

The girls at Horseland help to care for their horses and perform tasks such as cleaning stalls. They regularly participate in equestrian events such as jumping competitions where girls from other stables compete against them.

The "Horseland" television series originally aired for three seasons and more than 90 episodes were produced.

Saturday 10:00 AM et/pt on CBS on CBS
3 Seasons, 65 Episodes - Canceled
September 16, 2006
Children, Animation & Cartoons
5.8/10
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Horseland Full Episode Guide

  • Sarah and Alma try to convince the constantly bickering Stilton twins to tell each other "I love you."

  • When her friends tease her about her weight, Pepper becomes worried and goes on an unhealthy crash diet.

  • Princess Linnea and her assistant come to ride for a day at Horseland.

  • The Horseland gang is set to ride in a "Heritage Days" parade. But they can't decide on what sort of heritage they'll represent.

  • When twin foals are born at a neighboring stable, they're brought to stay at Horseland while their sick mother gets better.

  • Molly gets her first cell phone, and loves it. But can she stop chatting long enough to care for Calypso and spend time with her friends?

  • Chloe and Zoey are thrilled to be able to run Horseland's Web site, but their reporting rarely sticks to the truth, and rumors are spread.

  • All the kids are practicing voluntary conservation to help stave off water rationing except for Chloe, which bothers Zoey.

  • A revered race horse named River is coming to Horseland to recuperate from an operation.

  • Bailey finds an abandoned puppy he names Cubby and brings him home to Horseland.

  • The kids are stunned to learn that a new resort is being built on land adjacent to Horseland.

  • Nani Cloud, a Native American Cherokee girl, and her Paint horse, Sunburst, come to Horseland.

  • Sarah's cousin Marty comes to visit as Horseland prepares an anniversary celebration.

  • Chloe & Zoey aren€™t big on expressing emotions: They prefer to buy expensive gifts € to show that they care.

  • When Pepper gains weight while Zoey is out sick, she feels ugly and embarrassed, especially when the other horses make fun of her, but her crash diet has dire consequences.

  • A Princess is visiting and the kids are cautioned to treat her no differently than any guest, but Chloe & Zoey decide to use her to their social advantage.

  • The kids are invited to take part in the Heritage Day parade, setting off a storm of controversy on what to wear to represent their various heritages and still be a team.

  • When twin foals are born at a neighboring stable, they€™re brought to stay at Horseland while their sick mother gets better. The twins are delightful, and the Kids fall in love with them.

  • Molly finally gets her first cell phone, and throws Horseland into an uproar thanks to her lack of cell phone etiquette and the unintended rudeness she causes.

  • Molly decides to start a web-site to keep everybody up-to-date on Horseland goings-on.

  • All the kids are practicing voluntary conservation to help stave off water rationing except Chloe, but newly converted environmentalist Zoey inadvertently gets the blame.

  • A revered race horse named River is coming to Horseland to recuperate from an operation. Chili has long idolized River and can€™t wait to meet him.

  • Bailey finds an abandoned puppy he calls Cubby and brings him home to Horseland, unleashing feelings of jealousy and rejection on the part of Alma and Shep.

  • The kids are stunned to learn that a new resort is being built on land adjacent to Horseland.

  • When Nani Cloud, a Native American (Cherokee) girl and her Paint horse, Sunburst, come to Horseland, Zoey discovers that all her preconceptions about Indians are wrong.

  • Sarah€™s cousin Marty comes to visit, as Horseland prepares an anniversary celebration.

  • The destructive power of gossip. Alma mistakenly thinks Molly is spreading malicious gossip about Sarah. The gossip has a toxic effect on all friendships, and leads to the girls imposing the Silent Treatment on Molly. This story utilizes material provided by the Western Justice Foundation.

  • Learning compassion. Hardhearted Zoey develops real affection for an injured little bird, which she nurses back to health. Her feelings are so deep, she has trouble parting with the bird once it is well again. She learns real compassion when she finally lets it go.

  • Don't jump to conclusions without first knowing all of the facts. When things turn up missing, circumstantial evidence points to Sarah. At first only Chloe & Zoey blame her, but as each of the other kids lose things too, even they begin to wonder if she may be the culprit. Tension between the kids mounts when they confront Sarah, threatening to ruin their riding teamwork for an upcoming parade. Luckily Molly uncovers the real culprit - a crow - just in time to mend fences and restore their friendship.

  • Dealing with loss. Sarah has formed a real bond with a reclusive old stable cat. The Horseland animals love him, too - he's a comical, eccentric character. When Mosey dies, Sarah has real trouble with the loss. Her friends try to help her through it, but, in the end, it's Will who helps her deal with her emotions by encouraging her to accept that her grief will be with her for a while.

  • Have faith in yourself. When a young friend's beloved horse becomes unrideable after a jumping accident, everything depends on Sarah's ability to gentle the intractable stallion. At first she fails, and Sarah has a crisis of faith. She thinks she is losing her touch with horses. She finally succeeds in the end, but insists she isn't a "horse whisperer."

  • We achieve more working together than working against each other. Chili encounters a mysterious shaman-like horse one night in the meadow. The old horse teaches Chili a lesson about how the herd instinct (or being part of a society) is beneficial for the whole group.

  • Learning respect for each others' differences. Molly just doesn't get along with Chloe's horse Chili. They have a mutual lack of respect. So, when circumstances force them together for a long trail ride, the tension is comically palpable. But when they get separated from the others on the trail ride, they have to overcome their differences, and work together to get home. By the time it's over Molly & Chili have come to respect each other.

  • When Nani Cloud, a Native American (Cherokee) girl and her Paint horse, Sunburst, come to Horseland, Zoey discovers that all her preconceptions about Indians are wrong.

  • Dealing with a first crush. Tomboyish Alma has a crush on a boy. She goes to the other girls for advice on how to approach the boy - and gets a wide range of opinions. Chloe & Zoey convince her to lose the tomboy style. They give her an extreme make-over, turning her into a fashion diva. Alma finds herself quite uncomfortable in the role, and it's only when she gets back to being herself that she's able to approach the boy.

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