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Follow a cast of kids and their talking horses on creative adventures. Based on the AOL game Horseland Junior, children learn about competition, compassion and caring for animals in this fantasy-inspired cartoon that is set, fittingly enough, on a horse ranch.

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Chloe and Zoey each sell a treasured possession to get money to buy a gift for the other.
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Pepper goes on a crash diet that has dire consequences.
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Chloe and Zoey try to use a visiting princess to their social advantage, but they inadvertently start fawning over the wrong person.
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An invitation to be in the Heritage Day parade causes conflict as everyone argues about what to wear to represent various heritages and still be a team.
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Newborn twin foals are brought to Horseland while their mother recuperates, leading some of the horses to feel jealous of the attention lavished on the newcomers.
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Molly gets her first cell phone but needs a lesson in cell phone etiquette.
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Zoey and Chloe decide to edit Molly's Web site and get a little carried away with their reporting.
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Everyone practices voluntary water conservation except Chloe, but somehow Zoe gets the blame.
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A revered racehorse named River comes to Horseland to recuperate from an operation.
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Bailey brings an abandoned puppy home to Horseland, not realizing that Alma and Shep feel jealous and rejected.
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The children jump to the conclusion that a new resort being built adjacent to Horseland will destroy the idyllic countryside.
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Zoey learns her preconceived notions were wrong when an American Indian girl and her horse come to Horseland.
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Sarah's cousin visits while Horseland is preparing for an anniversary celebration.
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Alma believes Molly is spreading rumors about Sarah.
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Alma tries to alter her riding style to better compete against an opponent; Chloe and Zoey want to learn to be nice.
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Sarah becomes trapped in a cave with another rider while in France for an international exhibition.
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The kids model dangerous riding clothes.
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Zoey has trouble letting go of a bird that she nursed back to health.
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When things start to go missing, the kids think Sarah is the thief.
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Will helps Sarah deal with the death of a stable cat that she had befriended.
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Sarah works with a horse that has been unridable since a jumping accident.

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