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The wild, black stallion that Amy rehomed from Will’s ranch is brutally forced out of the herd by the new leader, leaving Amy to track down the injured horse and nurse him back to health.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 0 votes.
When a group of wild horses need new homes, Amy must get back to her Miracle Girl roots and host her first horse clinic in over a year.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 0 votes.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 0 votes.
Amy and Ty work through their trust issues.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 1 votes.
Georgie’s graduation has finally arrived, but so has a mysterious figure from her past. Meanwhile Amy retrains one of Lisa’s racehorses as a jumper and learns more about Georgie’s surprise visitor in the process. And while Tim plays protective grandfather to Georgie, Lou deals with tension from all sides as the cattle business begins to fall apart and Mitch’s constant absence puts a strain on their relationship.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 43 votes.
Amy heads into the mountains to visit a First Nations horse healer named Victor Whitetail, and leaves with a new understanding about horses, her mom and herself.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 54 votes.
Jack resists taking a trip to France with Janice while dealing with some old memories resurrected by remodeling Marion's room into a nursery. Caleb asks Ty to be his best man but has difficulty asking him to move out as Ashley wants. Amy agrees to be a bridesmaid at Ashley and Caleb's wedding.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 41 votes.
When Amy and Ty convince Sarah, the town recluse, to let them treat her sick horse at Heartland, the family helps her face the ghosts of her past..
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 36 votes.
Amy attempts to help a young RCMP constable overcome a personal challenge to fulfill his lifelong dream of performing in the RCMP Musical Ride.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 93 votes.
Georgie is enthralled when she sees one of Amy's clients trick riding and she's determined to pursue it despite Lou's misgivings.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 87 votes.
Lou resurrects the Hudson Derby, stirring up an age-old grudge match between Jack and Tim.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 49 votes.
Amy and Ty argue over Ty's investment in a horse; Amy begins working with Prince Ahmed.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 73 votes.
Since her accident, Amy's client list has dwindled to nearly nothing.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 66 votes.
Ty and Amy are finally forced to deal with their feelings for each other after a snowstorm strands them at Jack’s fishing cabin in the mountains.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 50 votes.
Amy and Ty join Scott on a trip back to his old reservation to save a herd of wild horses from the dangerous EHV-1 virus.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 44 votes.
Lou is forced to reconsider her choice to live and work at Heartland when her former New York colleagues arrive for a weekend equine retreat. Amy is unsure whether she can trust Ty.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 58 votes.
After elderly Mrs. Bell has a heart attack, Amy takes in her Shetland pony Sugarfoot, to whom Lou grows surprisingly attached. Lou reminisces about learning to ride on Sugarfoot when she was young, and singing to him with Mrs. Bell. Ty's old girlfriend, Kerry Anne, from his past group home shows up looking for him, having taken a job in the kitchens at Briar Ridge. She manages to cause her fair share of trouble in the process, ripping off Soraya and stealing from Ashley, as well as creating friction with the Heartland family. Amy initially feels threatened by her, but Ty sends Kerry Anne on her way to BC, knowing that she is bad news.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 59 votes.
Family members are pitted against each other over Amy’s medical treatment as she struggles to come to terms with her injuries and uncertain future.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 90 votes.
A horse crazy young boy quickly bonds with Amy.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 44 votes.
Amy’s success working with a high-end show jumper ultimately puts her life in jeopardy.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Heartland (2007) (CA) from 84 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
I'm catching up on CBC's Heartland, Season 9. I turn into a pre-teen girl who loves horses when I watch this, and I like it! My more sophisticated, cynical, worldly wise friend will think I've lost my mind with my affection for this series, and they are probably right. I give it an 8 (great) out of 10. I think this series is the Anne of Green Gables for its time. Fallible characters, romance, earthy values, and, did I mention, horses.
These characters feel like family. They are well-rounded, lovable characters that have complex relationships with one another. Jack is a gem and Lou is definitely my favourite. Thankfully I grew to love the new characters as much as the old ones.
A Canadian:flag_ca: gem. I've been a fan of this series since the beginning. Horses, romance, family - themes that put the heart in HEARTLAND. Beautiful locations showcasing Canadian:flag_ca: beauty in mountains, fields and forest. Good storytelling. Good cast (Alisha Newton is an upcoming talent to watch). Now in its thirteenth season, it has proven itself a family favourite. I'm always so glad when a new season is renewed. I give the series an 8 (great) out of 10. [Family Drama]
focuses way too much on the romantic storylines, which are immaterial for me. I read the series as a kid to read about horses not teen romances. and frankly the entire show would be better without Amy and Lou's loser jackhole of a father. I find myself skipping entire scenes that he's in out of sheer annoyance.
I grew up on the Heartland book series, and now I love watching the show as well. It's diverted quite a bit from the original story lines (especially for Lou), but it's still a great show to watch. A great family show, and though it focuses a lot on the personal relationships, there is a lot of face time with the horses as well.
LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS SHOW!
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