The Complete Second Season

DVD - 2008
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Set against the stunning vistas of the Rocky Mountains, Heartland follows teenage horse whisperer Amy through the trials and triumphs of life on a family-owned horse ranch.
Publisher: Port Washington, NY : E One, c2008
ISBN: 9781417238316
Branch Call Number: HEA
Characteristics: 5 dvds (966 min.) : sd., col. ; 12 cm
Alternative Title: Heartland (Television program)


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Mar 15, 2013

The awesome continues, with the second season. The love, commitment to horses, and all of the funny characters are still there. It starts to get really interesting, when weird things start to happen. Malorie goes to boarding school, then runs away, a celebrity shows up at Heartland, and Amy's dad gets shot. The show is good, but disk three has three deep scratches, so it skips a lot. Over all, it is really good.

Feb 27, 2013

Once thus season had started a few years ago, I thought it was just all muchy, lovin kind of stuff and it was just about city slickers running a farm. Now I had just finished the 1st season and going onto the second one, I say it is such a awesome seriers of being on the farm life and how the actors really take to their charactors. I got the second one on hold now. I live in Alberta myself and I think it's prety cool that they are casting it just an hour and a half out from Calgary, I was prety suprised that it's in Alberta Canada, There arn't much that cast in Alberta that I know of. I say kep the seasons goin eh. I like to come and visit there, one day. (Edmonoton Alberta)

Oct 08, 2010

Excellent Canadian Series. Clean for the younger audience, excellent stars and acting. Suprise guests (country music legends). Very worth continuing to watch the series!

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Feb 27, 2013

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